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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

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An Artist a Week: Agnes Cecile

Week 21: “Agnes Cecile” (Silvia Pelissero) “This Thing Called Art is Really Dangerous” (2012) Find her on Deviantart, Facebook, Tumblr, Youtube, or her shops (Society 6, Big Cartel, Eyes on Walls). Agnes Cecile is an Italian artist whose artworks in watercolor, ink, oil, acrylic, and varnish bridge the gap between portrait and thought-provoking abstracts. She is self-taught…… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Agnes Cecile

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An Artist a Week: Gabriel Picolo

Week 20: Gabriel Picolo “#280: Atlas”(2014) Find him on Facebook, Deviantart, Behance, Patreon, and Instagram. (Sorry this is late, I was busy graduating college last Friday.) (At this point I’m going to stop saying how hard it is to pick a featured image for these artists but…MAN this was hard to pick.) You’ve probably heard of…… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Gabriel Picolo