The Bladerunner & Cyberpunk Generation Is Almost Here

Inspired by the cinematography of films by Ridley Scott and Stanley Kubrick, fashion photographer and graphic designer Marilyn Mugot, found herself traveling the globe and shooting new perspectives of urban landscapes. Welcome to the Night Project! The Night Project is a photo collection of eerie shots of Paris, San Francisco, New York, and the focal point of […]

Make War With ART!

I saw a bumper sticker yesterday, you all know the one, ‘Make Art Not War,’ and thought to myself, “you know, fuck that. More like, make war with art!” And here we are today. This election (and the appalling aftermath) has lit a fire under my ass, creatively speaking. I’m rusty as hell, but I […]

A Real Throwback: American Contemporary Painter Michael Carson!

American artist and contemporary painter, Michael Carson is a modern-day-old-school painter. He’s from Minneapolis, MN and has a degree from the Minneapolis Institute of Art and Design. Originally a graphic designer, he didn’t complete his first painting until three years after graduating college. The rest, as they say, is history. Carson is primarily a figurative […]

Sketch Book Gold: Artist Pat Perry!

I’ve got to hand it to Jeff Hamada, the founder and editor for BOOOOOOOM, he certainly does find some gems! This week’s stolen reblogged article is about artist Pat Perry. The Michigan-based artist has an impressive collection of work; Murals, Street Art, Sketches, Illustration, etc. The post from BOOOOOOOM is specifically about the work in his sketch […]

Review Of Koevari’s ‘Prophecies Awakening’ & Launch Of The Comic Series!

This is my first official ‘review’ of a written work on my blog. It’s something I’ve considered for a long time. Do I stay within the visual arts medium solely, or push into new areas of art and creativity? It was this idea, creativity (and my new focus in Story and Comic editing), that convinced […]

Indie Comic Roundup #4: Sons of God and Job Dun, Fat Assassin!

So, it’s been a while (way too fucking long is a more accurate description) since the last Indie Comic Roundup. I’ve been a pretty busy guy these last couple months. The Escape From Jesus Island crew has recovered from its technical disaster (which cost us close to 6 months of production time) and production of […]

Featured Artist: Judas Breed Writer Ken Brown!

As a part of the indie publishing and indie comic scene, I’ve seen the (oftentimes much too bitter) argument, “Which is more important? Writer or Artist.” As an Editor, I find it a really stupid argument. Both writers and artists (and colorists, letterers and editors for that matter…but we’ll tackle that at a later date) […]