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An Artist a Week: Marco Nabi

Week 38: Marco Nabi (Untitled) Find him on Instagram, Twitter, Etsy, or his website. Marco Nabi is a watercolor artist whose focus is what he calls “depressive-subversive.” His works aim to express depression in a “flamboyant” way that is powerful, real, and looks at more than what just being sad, which he says is hip and…… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Marco Nabi

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An Artist a Week: Lye Lawrence

Week 33: Lye Lawrence “Love and Marrow” (2014) Find them on Gumroad, Behance, Storenvy, Twitter, or their website. Lye is an illustrator, designer, and comic artist from North Carolina. To quote their website, they like drawing “animals, energetic lines, and the occult.” What I particularly love about this artist is the vast diversity in their…… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Lye Lawrence

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An Artist a Week: Maria Abagnale

Week 31: Maria Abagnale “Passione” Find her on Deviantart, Etsy, Tumblr, Instagram, Facebook, or her website. Maria Abagnale is an Italian artist specializing in painting, colored pencils, and underwater scenes. An ear tumor rendered her half deaf at a young age and she says the challenges because of this (including vertigo and struggling to understand people) she feels…… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Maria Abagnale

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An Artist a Week: Jen Herling

Week 29: Jen Herling “The Connection is Real” (2016) Find her on her website, Etsy, or Facebook. Jen Herling describes her work as being “influenced by the natural world around me, my inner world, and the perceived separation between the two.” She goes on to say “Thematically my work expresses feelings of isolation, loss, and…… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Jen Herling

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An Artist a Week: Sarah “Sarlis” Lasater

Week 28: Sarah Lasater “Studio Ghibli Tribute Commission” (2016) Find her on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, her art blog, her personal blog, her store, or her website. I discovered Sarah through a tumblr post that I shared then forgot about until I was looking for artists to feature. She came around, again, and I decided to…… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Sarah “Sarlis” Lasater

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An Artist a Week: “HR-FM”

Week 27: “HR-FM” “K2” (2015) Find him on his website, Deviantart, Twitter, Eyes on Walls, or through his agent Dig Me Out. Japanese artist “HR-FM” is a digital print maker who creates for the motto “the fossil which future people may dig.” In this, he creates intricately-detailed, brightly-colored large scale prints, often involving cityscapes. His work…… Continue reading An Artist a Week: “HR-FM”

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An Artist a Week: Amrit Brar (“Musterni”)

Week 26: Amrit “Musterni” Brar “Book X: Lovers and Losers – Aquarius” Check out her website, Tumblr, Redbubble, and Storenvy. Amrit Brar–also known as Musterni–is an artist probably best known for her Shitty Horoscope series (which will be released as a 190-page anthology, thanks to Kickstarter). They stand as a satire of typical horoscope fair…… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Amrit Brar (“Musterni”)

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An Artist a Week: “Princess M”

Week 25: “Princess M” “Collapsing Structures” Find her on her website, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, or Etsy. If it hadn’t become abundantly clear by now, I love bright colors, especially of the watercolor/smoke-and-wisps variety. You will also come to realize in the coming weeks that I love surrealism as well. This is why pop surrealism–and artists like…… Continue reading An Artist a Week: “Princess M”

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An Artist a Week: Joelle Murray

Week 24: Joelle Murray “Green” Find her on Instagram, Dribbble, Upwork, Society6, or her blog. Joelle Murray is an animator and designer who says character design is her favorite thing to do. She’s got a very precious style, cutesy and full of good feelings perfect for kid’s shows or animated film. She has a completely…… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Joelle Murray

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An Artist a Week: Trungles

Week 22: Trungles “The Moon” (2015) Find him on Twitter, Tumblr, Deviantart, Tapastic, Patreon or Gumroad (where you can download comics and sketchbooks). Trungles is a comic artist who I have been following on twitter for a while and admire greatly. Not only is he an incredible artist, but he’s also clearly a person with his heart…… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Trungles

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Comix Creator Feature: Rhiannon Rasmussen-Silverstein

I’m Rhiannon Rasmussen-Silverstein, @charibdys on Twitter. I’m an author, illustrator, and print consultant; more about me and my works can be found at my website. What do you do? I’m an author, illustrator, prepress technician, and print consultant right now; I’ve also done editing, lettering, flatting, hand-pulled printmaking, and published a few anthologies as a…… Continue reading Comix Creator Feature: Rhiannon Rasmussen-Silverstein