Your orders have been coming through! I just need to scavenge more envelopes and buy stamps and your comics will be on their merry way.
POKEMON: Red and Black Version
These are the first few panels of a satirical comic about sexism in radical communities, starring our dear friends, the manarchist and radical feminist, as Pokemon. I will be posting the comic in full over the next few weeks!
If you’d like to read the rest of this comic now, why not buy a copy? You can also check out other comics in my store. #capitalism
an illustration for a Health GAP print ad, potentially with this text:
Mr. President: Where are you when we can end AIDS?
President Obama, the NIH just demonstrated that the AIDS medications that keep so many of our friends, partners, and loved ones alive also cut HIV transmission by 96%. In Africa this changes everything: we can talk about ending the AIDS crisis.
But where are you?
The global AIDS fight is stalling and at home people living with HIV are waiting for treatment. And you have been silent.
We remember when you promised to “be a global leader in the fight against AIDS.”
I mean, I guess I haven’t gotten enough hate mail lately.
Even bloodsucking corpses think cultural appropriation is bullshit! Not to mention understand basic science.
sketchbook, September 2011
I haven’t used pencil for a finished drawing in a long time, so this was an experiment. And who better a subject of ~experimention~ than my favorite queercore band, Team Dresch.
soillfightmycorner-deactivated2 asked: do you sell did i fucking ask you in shirt or poster form because i want to buy it.
I will do this if people are interested! Yes, is basically the answer. Check back here for updates, get in touch with me by email if you want something ASAP. Thanks!
chicks don’t dig street harassment
scottscharinger asked: hey dude, your comics rule hard! i'm still working my way through the older posts so i'm not sure if this has been said yet, but do you have any physical copies? if so, i would love to buy some stuff!
hey, thanks! I do have 2 mini comics ready to print (“Loud & Queer” which is most of the early queer stuff, and the autobio “Three’s Company” which I did this spring), I haven’t set anything up through paypal or anything like that (I…should) but do shoot me an email at email@example.com and we’ll figure it out! Thanks dude!
This goes for the rest of you as well! $2 for postage/printing and whatever you want to donate/trade.
OPENING AUGUST 9 @ BROOKLYN FIREPROOF EAST
a group show featuring
Suzy Exposito / Molly Fair / Kim Funk / Kathleen Hanna
J. Morrison / Adee Roberson / Gabby Schulz
Curated by Kate Wadkins + Lauren Denitzio, BIG MOUTH: contemporary voices in feminist art + illustration is a platform for unpopular visual opinions. Feminist movements have historically grown out of interventions within radical communities in the face of silence, anger, and often, violence. Still, these conflicts and contentions are fought with the utmost passion and humor in hopes for a radical resolution. BIG MOUTH illustrates the ever-evolving search for feminist/queer identities and communities. This group show places feminist narratives at the center of radical art-making, where often our voices are poorly represented or left out altogether. BIG MOUTH is a celebration of our pluralism, our goofiness, and a proclamation of defiant love.
@ Brooklyn Fireproof
119 Ingraham St (at Porter Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11237
with open hours throughout
OPENING TUESDAY AUG 9 6p-9p
& participatory feminist art workshop
Bring your favorite art supplies (some will be provided)
Limited materials so register here!
THURSDAY AUG 11 12p-6p
Open hours: drop by and visit with curators Kate Wadkins + Lauren Denitzio
FRIDAY AUG 12
12p-6p Open hours
7p Panel discussion with Suzy Exposito, Kim Funk & more
9p Closing DANCE PARTY!
Come to this art show that a bunch of great people (and also some jerk named K Funk) will be in!
tturbulent-deactivated20120604 asked: Cool comics,bro.Love the drawing style.But what do you use to draw these drawings?photoshop?Or do you draw it with a pencil and then scan it into your computer?
thanks for the rad question!
I draw with pencil onto brisol, then I ink by hand. I mostly use Faber-Castell pens right now, though I sometimes use other brush pens. Then I scan everything, and edit the images in Photoshop CS5. I also have a small Wacom tablet, so sometimes I do things straight into Photoshop. I always play with the contrast and darkness of the image, erase any traces of the paper and make sure the lines are super dark.
Long time no post! I was going bonkers at the end of the semester, and part of the reason was this 12 page minicomic about my romantic life! Please make sure you have a barf receptacle nearby while reading.