Female Creators Project · Feminism

Female Creators Project: Barbara Perez Marquez

Hello! I’m Barbara Perez Marquez, my full name is fine or Barbara Perez for space saving works too. I’m 24 years old, living in Baltimore, MD with my wonderful girlfriend. I helped curate the Star Wars Fanzine: The Fans Awaken and edited En Voyage: An Illustrated Journey, I was also a contributor in the 1001… Continue reading Female Creators Project: Barbara Perez Marquez

Artist Features

An Artist a Week: Dave McKean

Week 36: Dave McKean “Garden of Giants” (Mirrormask, 2005) Find him on his website and Twitter. Dave McKean is an artist most commonly known for his collaborations with Neil Gaiman on such things as Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth, Sandman, Coraline, and the movie Mirrormask, which he directed. His style is almost always awash… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Dave McKean

comic studies · Feminism · Independent publishing · Nerd Culture

Monstrous Women in Comics: Modern Webcomic Creators

Recently, I wrote about the history of women in webcomics and a little bit about why they were so revolutionary and empowering. Now I thought I’d gather a list of some good webcomics done by femmes for people to enjoy! Many of these are great testaments to the power of a good story in an uncensored… Continue reading Monstrous Women in Comics: Modern Webcomic Creators

Artist Features

An Artist a Week: Andy Goldworthy

Week 35: Andy Goldworthy “Rock of Ages” Find him on his website, or buy his books on Amazon.   Andy Goldworthy is a British artist living in Scotland known for his impermanent natural sculptures as part of the Environmental Art movement. His sculptures are made of ice, leaves, sticks, or other natural items specifically chosen for… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Andy Goldworthy

Artist Features

An Artist a Week: Lauren “Iguanamouth” Dawson

Week 34: Lauren “Iguanamouth” Dawson “Whuckle” (2016) Find them on their art Tumblr, regular Tumblr, or store. Iguanamouth is a different type of artist than the ones I normally feature. Is their art beautiful, technically competent, and extremely skilled, as seen in the piece below? Absolutely. But that’s not why I like them. I love Iguanamouth’s… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Lauren “Iguanamouth” Dawson