Week 41: Jamie McKelvie “The Wicked + The Divine #16” (Cover A) (2015) Find him on Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, or his website. I know Jamie McKelvie through his work on The Wicked + The Divine. However, you might also know him through his work on Phonogram, Ms. Marvel, Captain Marvel, or band art for bands… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Jamie McKelvie
Week 40: Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema “The Roses of Heliogabalus” (1888) See more of his works on this website. Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema was a Dutch painter in the 1800s widely respected for his scenes depicting the decadent excess of Roman, Egyptian, and other classical cultures. He worked primarily in oils and his colors are absolutely stunning.… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema
Hi! My name is Priya Huq and I’m a comic artist! My website is batsabatsabatsa.com and you can find me on tumblr at b-u-l-a-n-o.tumblr.com! What do you do? (Write, draw, edit, publish, promote etc.) How did you get started doing that? I write and draw comics, particularly my webcomic Mana. I have been drawing comics… Continue reading Female Creators Project: Priya Huq
I’m Jey, and I do the queer demon-summoner slice of life webcomic Job Satisfaction. I use they/them pronouns and live in Boston with my two partners, who are also artists. I’m a monster smoocher and my comic reflects this as indulgently as possible. My personal/sketch blog is Prawnlegs.tumblr.com, and I can be found on Twitter… Continue reading Nonbinary Creators Project: Jey Barnes
Week 39: Lily Stockman “Flat Top (Blue)” (2016) Find her on Instagram, Twitter, or her website. This ‘An Artist a Week’ focus is where I reveal I am still very much a novice student of modern art in that I’m still working on learning terminology and categorization of everything. That being said, this week’s focus is… Continue reading An Artist a Week: Lily Stockman
It occurs to me that I haven’t talked much lately here about what I’m personally reading. (I do often tweet about it if you follow me on twitter!) Some things on my radar (and my current pull list) right now: Snotgirl, by Bryan Lee O’Malley (of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) and Leslie Hung. It’s… Continue reading What’s on your pull list?
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