Come to MCAD Minicon March 14th AND 15th! Bring yr friends and spread the word to help make Minicon super successful~
Minicon is going to be so good this year you guys! I’ll be there with three new zines, prints, and stickers of hot dudes in animal mechs! If you’re in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, you’re not going to want to miss it!
When the World Was New
My contribution to my Experimental Comics class’ collaborative risograph zine. The zine features some amazing work by my classmates and will be available at MCAD Mini-Con March 14 and 15.
A series of ten illustrations based on Bob Dylan’s song “Wigwam”. You can buy a zine of these illustrations here
A personal piece about a strange feeling I’ve been having.
A comic for Zak Sally’s Experimental Comics class.
Declare Your Major Today
A poster for MCAD’s Student Affairs department encouraging students to declare their major.
Ghost comic 2K14.
An illustration for Allen Brewer’s Concepts and Metaphors class based on the word “weird”.
Weird used to be a word associated with fate or destiny, so I wanted to make an illustration about the bizarre ways people try to predict the future. Gastromancy was by far the strangest kind of fortune telling I could find. The basic idea is that spirits can use the noises your stomach makes to give you clues about the future.
An illustration for Allen Brewer’s Concepts and Metaphors class based on the word “adaptation”.
The Fall of Thor
An illustration I made for Allen Brewer’s Concepts and Metaphors class based on the word “destruction”.
Call for Artists
Cold Earth, Dark Water is a student run exhibition in MCAD’s Gallery 148 exploring our connections to wells, mythology, and our ancestors. In the past, wells were often the only source of water communities had and were essential to humanity’s survival. These life giving structures appear in the folklore of countless cultures whether as mysterious gods or a means for wish fulfillment.
All artists are encouraged to submit, but we’re especially looking for sculpture, comic art, painting, graphic design, illustration, photography, and bookmaking. All 2D work must be at least 18x24 inches to compliment the gallery space.
If you’re interested please shoot an email with your name, website, and a few words about the piece you’d like to create to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On top of being exhibited, all artists will also receive a free zine showcasing the work done for the gallery.
February 7- All proposals for pieces in the show must be submitted.
March 15- All digital files must be submitted and physical work must be dropped off at the gallery.
March 22- Opening date of the gallery.
Cold Earth, Dark Water is going to be a great gallery show put together by me and my good friend Kelsey Vetter. We already have some of MCAD’s finest artists working on pieces, but we’d love to have your submission.
Everyone who’s interested, please be sure to get your submissions in to me soon!