13.04.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Antoine Cossé

A selection of work by Paris-born, London-based cartoonist and illustrator Antoine Cossé. More images below.

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30.03.17 by Staff

“Best Goal” by Artist Mikkel Sommer

Fun little comic by Berlin-based artist Mikkel Sommer. More below.

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06.01.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Apolo Cacho

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Densely detailed drawings and paintings by Mexico-City-based artist Apolo Cacho. Click here for previous posts. See more images below.

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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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12.12.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Jon Boam

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Recent work from UK-based artist and illustrator Jon Boam (click here for previous posts). More images below.

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06.12.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Jake Terrell

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A selection of work by comic artist Jake Terrell (click here for previous post). More images below.

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13.10.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Lale Westvind

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There is only one way to describe comic artist/illustrator/animator Lale Westvind’s work: Pure insanity (and I mean that in the best way). Lots of glorious illustration work, animations for Super Deluxe, and a mind-melting music video below.

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16.09.16 by Staff

Giveaway: Tom Gauld’s Mooncop

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London-based illustrator and cartoonist Tom Gauld probably doesn’t need an introduction. His work has appeared in outlets like The New Yorker, The Believer and The New York Times. He’s also been doing a weekly series of comics for The Guardian’s Saturday Review since 2005 — a collection of which became his second comic book, You’re All Just Jealous of My Jetpack (2013).

His latest masterpiece, Mooncop, is similar in tone to his first graphic novel, Goliath (2012) — a deadpan retelling of the Bible story. Set in a future where the idea of living on the moon isn’t just a possibility but a reality so passé that the one remaining policeman has little to do other than watch the last few colonists move back to Earth, Mooncop brilliantly side-steps obvious drama, focusing instead on things that are far more mundane and all too relatable.

Mooncop hits stores September 20th! Thanks to our friends over at Drawn & Quarterly, we have two copies to give away! They also put us in touch with Tom, who was kind enough to tell us a bit about his process, how he stays motivated and what had him laughing so hard he had to stop drawing! Check out the full interview below and share your favourite book or movie set in space in the comments for your chance to win!

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