04.01.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: HTML Flowers

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Melbourne-based artist Grant Gronewold aka HTML Flowers (previously featured here) explores life with chronic illness through a series of narrative comics and personal drawings.

Living with Cystic Fibrosis himself, Gronewold is particularly interested in how corporations use charities related to life-threatening medical conditions to market themselves, often turning young patients into unwitting mascots. Check out more images as well as excerpts from the second issue of his comic strip “No Visitors” below!

 

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  • i love that idea of using the pathology request form for the panels





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Artist Spotlight: Daniel Bilmes

Paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Daniel Bilmes. See more images below.

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