Hey all! Sorry for two only-vaguely-comic-y things in a row but…I’ve made a tumblr to go alongside this blog! Check it out for some things that won’t be on my twitter OR here (mostly reblogs but shush). It’s also got a green/teal theme instead of pink/orange. Fancy.
I forgot to mention but a couple months ago I was interviewed by my school PR people to talk about my mass media degree as well as the comic studies minor, since I’m the first one at the school (and in the state) to graduate with it. Check out the video below (warning: I’m super…… Continue reading “Reddie4” Interview (shameless self-promotion)
Week 19: Audrey Kawasaki “It Was You” (2014) Find her on her website, Instagram, Facebook, blog, Twitter, Artsy, or Thinkspace gallery. Kawasaki’s website describes her art as “paintings of women on wood with a consistent, distinctive style” and some might say consistent is boring but it’s hard to not be a little spellbound by these women and…… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Audrey Kawasaki
Week 18: James Jean “Bless Your Heart” (2016) Check him out on his website, Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter, or Maharam. This week’s (belated, oops) An Artist a Week feature is Mr. James Jean, a Taiwan-born graduate of the School of Visual Arts in NYC. He’s been extremely active since at least 1999, which made picking out just a…… Continue reading An Artist a Week: James Jean
I’ve been working alongside good friend and very talented artist Lily Franklin to create a teaching comic about rape culture, victim blaming, myths in our culture, and how to fix it. It’s been an adventure, for sure. I’ve gotten advice from three great comic writers and revised the layout of this thing more times than I…… Continue reading Comic: Rape culture, victim blaming, and the lies we hear