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zeno the cartoonist

Zeno the Cartoonist is a cartoonist. He thinks the internet was  a mistake. Fast moving, active and engaging. Whether you’re talking about their art or their stories, the statement remains a truth. The ability to switch up drawing style or character design to suit the mood is fascinating and impressive. Zeno’s work skilfully clips along thanks … Continue reading zeno the cartoonist

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motobus

Simple, clean, the very definition of happy. Motobus captures, then simplifies, the world. You can see the human, the real, written in the drawings, the observed skeleton for the cartoon flesh. Realising the witty into life, form and content transforming normal life to make it that much easier to appreciate. Their work makes me think … Continue reading motobus

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simon russell

Vigorous, messy, fighting against intention. Simon’s visuals tell the story of the work that made them. They show the path carved for them. They carry the weight of a line, the weight of the artists hands and with all that activity they lithely shoulder the burden of narrative too. Nimble, flighty; they flit passed you, … Continue reading simon russell

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ian miller

Mark maker, fantasist, omnivorous and multitudinous stylist. Their work has been an influence and inspiration from its look, to the breadth of style and output. Always individual, always following its own muse, the outsider settled in the mainstream. From Fighting Fantasy through Games Workshop, Swamp Thing & Luck in the Head nothing’s ever been quite … Continue reading ian miller

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jaime nyx

Jaime Nyx is a zine enthusiast, reviewer, and podcaster in rural Australia. Some have called her the patron saint of zines, but she couldn’t possibly comment. They will tell you they are a writer, and this is true. That their art goes unmentioned, often unshown, seemed sad to me. Their art; it’s organic, flowing, blue … Continue reading jaime nyx

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vacuum books

Adventuring through life; silent, determined, quiet and small; surrounded by the fantastical, the darkly bestial. Stark but not blunt, mysterious but emotionally resonant. Vacuum Books tells tales with a sense of wonder, of resonance, of the lonely child walking through the adult world. Appearing direct and guileless it layers up mystery and meaning by gesture, … Continue reading vacuum books

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sophie ell

Sophie Ell was born and raised in Israel, lived, among other places, in Tel Aviv, Dublin, and San Francisco, and now resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She teaches college courses in the humanities and loves literature, especially commas. She’s obsessed with dogs, independent comics, and Jean Baudrillard.  Rich textures; measured and sedate images; conversational writing; … Continue reading sophie ell

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miranda smart

Viscerally beautiful; rich, bright, fluid, organic. A tropical hot house of alien shapes; caustic, vibrant or clashing colours melting your eyes. What holds me past the initial psychedelic snatch is finding the story that it tells. These pictures tell a story, you in the middle of someone else’s experiences and shows you the emotional experience. … Continue reading miranda smart

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iestyn

I explore my own experiences, my own mind. I drew the pictures for a different story, then started typing to the right music. My mind talked straight to my fingers and it spoke about something totally different. I didn’t know what to do. I cleaned up my eldest’s room, found something that spoke to me … Continue reading iestyn

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gareth hopkins

Gareth A Hopkins is an artist based in Essex. He takes his inspiration from fringe science, secret music, and his children Gareth is on a roll of true splendour, making some of the most vital work of this moment. Gareth’s work rocked my heart the moment they put their words to paper. Everything they’ve written … Continue reading gareth hopkins

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mister zinester

Mister Zinester’s art has been transcendental. Smooth, clean, slickly professional, everything I’d dismiss as soulless without a second thought. Mister Zinester’s art showed me personality, showed me the personal at work in the clean and well made. A key to unlock a world I never understood, a breadth and subtlety in their work that’s easy … Continue reading mister zinester

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dave crane

Dave Crane says of his work ” I enjoy messing about in the vast unexplored landscape of comics, somewhere between prose, poetry, visual art and film, in which so many things haven’t been done yet. So many styles and techniques, so little time… “ Like a painted glass vase, Dave’s colour shines a distorted light … Continue reading dave crane

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