'Ingrid the Shapeshifter' for Light Grey Art Lab’s Rolemodels Exhibition.
"All geometric forms answer to the command and 3-dimensional prowess of young Ingrid. Able to manipulate any triangular prism, cuboid, or mind-bendingly complex -Hedron, evildoers of the highest degree shall cower from her mastery over all shapekind. Despite her geometrical genius, Ingrid has been known to fail at all other kinds of math."
This piece will appear alongside many other magnificent heroes and evildoers on October 25th to November 30th. It is also part of a limited edition RPG card deck game designed by LGAL: The Battle for Vyk’Tornaahl. Check out all the other amazing character designs in the show here!
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Thanks again to Light Grey Art Lab for letting me nerd out on this one!
Jenn Liv! a fantastic artist that I have seen grow so much over the years. She has a beautiful graphic/angular style and is debuting her new comic, BeanStalk, this Sunday! check out her blog here to see snapshots of the process- you won’t regret it.
Ness Lee has a wonderful collaborative project going on right now. These are the mini zines that I contributed to Small Ass Zines: a collection of mini zines made by a group of artists, which will be packaged and dispensed out of a bubblegum machine! NEAT!
S.A.Z is set to debut at Canzine 2013.Check out the Tumblr for it, lots of amazing stuff from many talented friends. The list of artists will continue to grow so keep checking back for more amazing zines to come!
Trying to get back into the J-indie loop. I used to dig through and search for new bands to listen to everyday during high school. I miss that feeling of finding a new gem that no one knew about for just a little awhile and building a collection that grew over time. There’s something about Japanese indie music that sounds so honest and pure, it really charms my heart. I used to never understand a word of it but now I can pick up a few phrases here and there. I don’t remember a lot of the bands I found back then but I remember many days when I’d listen to a lot of advantage Lucy and Spangle Call Lilli Line (which I still have in my iTunes library). That excitement of finding new bands kind of died off after awhile, which makes me sorely miss being a teenager sometimes.