On Stephanie and my trip to Heroes Con this year I had a small epiphany. It has been sitting in front of my face for the longest time, but finally it had dawned on me. Most of my peers and friends in the Design industry shared similar experiences with comics, at least in our formidable years.
Mind you, I was drawing directly on my memories and painting with a very wide brush, but I thought it would be a great resource to gather these shared experiences together and provide them as both a tool and a source of inspiration.
The information is intended to present a wide of cross-section that is not limited to designers, but include artists, indie comic creators, and arty folks in general. The interviews are broken up into two main focuses. — our experience directly with comics as youngsters and a glimpse on our current careers and on-going relationship with comics. Please poke around, check out some interviews, check out some of the linked work and pass it around.
If you are interested in participating please shoot me a note.
Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find is easily one of the nicest comic shops I have been too. Bright, airy, and everyone is exceedingly nice — a far cry for a jaded New Yorker. Aside from congeniality it is one of… Read the full post
John Martz, Sterling Hundley, Farel Dalrymple, Dustin Harbin, Stuart Immonen, Hope Larson, Brian Maruca, Jim Rugg, Paul Pope, James Jean, Adam Hines — reads like a who’s who list of the comic world. Not only do these artists create breathtaking… Read the full post
When you mention either Design or Comics, one name is inevitable to come up — Rian Hughes. Rian wears every hat that a creative can. Rian emerged from the UK comic scene in the 80’s when the British Invasion involved bristol… Read the full post