comics

Loose Allure: A Conversation With Illustrator Dominic Kesterton

Most often, What you see is what you get is an unnerving concept; unless it’s in reference to artist Dominic Kesterton, in which case, it’s a delightful surprise. Bold and fervent, Kesterton manifests in each of his illustrations and publications as the unfiltered creator, offering himself and his craft in even unison.

Vitality and Lightness: A Conversation With Illustrator Rachel Merrill

Rachel Merrill works mostly the old-fashioned way, wrestling valiantly with watercolor and pencil. She works across illustration, comics and fashion and her signature style is heavy on effervescent tones and devoid of extraneous detail, making for works that straddle a magical line between rigorous and wistful.

Illustrating The Empirical: A Conversation With Comic Artist Danny White

Partially inspired by his gripping music obsession and entirely motivated by the incessant pains of gut-wrenching heartbreak, White’s most recent project “1976” has quickly mushroomed into a monumental project, chronicling, in retro-comic vivacity, all sorts of intriguing minutiae related to the intricate dimensions of love, music and understanding

Ordinary Embellishments With Comic Illustrator Will Wilson

Caricatures depict our exaggerated realities. They offer a lighter take on life and its nonsensical situations with inflated expressions, colors and stories; dreamscapes of real life, if you will. But what happens when the man behind the amplified doodle is the man within the amplified doodle?