This week's Creator to Watch is Djamila Knopf, whose art brings me a sense of stillness but also a feeling that there's an adventure right around the corner for her subjects. Learn more about her and her art in my Creators to Watch article for TUBE. Magazine.
I meant to post this last week but I recently got a full-time corporate day job and am adjusting to the schedule. However, that doesn't mean I am not absolutely bowled over by the lovely illustrations of Serena Malyon. Learn more about her and her work in last week's edition of TUBE. Magazine's Creators To... Continue Reading →
I was immediately drawn in by the bright colors Mirelle Ortega uses in her work when I saw it on Twitter. I'm glad we were able to feature her art with its unabashed geekiness and Mexican cultural references in this week's Creators To Watch in TUBE. Magazine.
Welcome to the Books and Books Alone Issue! Well, the year has come to a close and those of us who did NaNoWriMo are slowly fading back into real life. It's a great time for self-care, so last month, I took it a little easy and put together a list of some of my favorite... Continue Reading →
One of the great things about the internet is the variety of wonderful artists you can find on it such as this week's Creator to Watch, Art Twink, with their unabashedly queer, non-binary, and racially diverse imagery. Learn more about them and their art in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
I found one of Elizabeth Pich and Jonathan Kunz's War and Peas comic strips through a friend's retweet on Twitter and was hooked. I'm so glad they let us feature them in this week's Creators to Watch. We need more unabashedly feminist comics like this.
Rachel Hanke's strikingly realistic yet fantastic portraits really caught my eye on Twitter a while back and I'm glad we were able to feature her in this week's Creators to Watch in TUBE. Magazine.
This is a topic I've been sitting on since basically the beginning of this newsletter. It's a hard one to find good sources so I'm doing a newsletter first and including an interview! Many thanks to Jezebel Pride for taking the time to educate me. [Note: This version contains a few small edits Pride suggested to... Continue Reading →
The watercolor creepiness of Isabella Ragazzi's work really draws the viewer in. And if you like creepy, her silent comic The Crooked Man is full of it. Learn more about her in my TUBE. Magazine article.