Posts Tagged: comic

NAKID MAGAZINE: ISSUE I – WINTER 2015 {COVER & DESIGN RELEASE PREVIEW}

  Cover Photo: Lance Skundrich – Editing/Design: Dustin Hollywood With only today, Saturday and Sunday left before the biggest day in Nakid Magazine’s existence, we release the cover & design for the much anticipated ISSUE I: WINTER 2015! On Monday,

NAKID MAGAZINE: ISSUE I – WINTER 2015 {COVER & DESIGN RELEASE PREVIEW}

  Cover Photo: Lance Skundrich – Editing/Design: Dustin Hollywood With only today, Saturday and Sunday left before the biggest day in Nakid Magazine’s existence, we release the cover & design for the much anticipated ISSUE I: WINTER 2015! On Monday,

DALLAS DYNAMITE – DYEMOND O’BRYAN {ARTIST TO WATCH}

Dallas is killing it!  Its always awesome to see old friends mastering multiple talents.  I met Dyemond O’bryan in my early 20’s and I could tell the dude was always keeping busy with something if he wasn’t on a board. 

DALLAS DYNAMITE – DYEMOND O’BRYAN {ARTIST TO WATCH}

Dallas is killing it!  Its always awesome to see old friends mastering multiple talents.  I met Dyemond O’bryan in my early 20’s and I could tell the dude was always keeping busy with something if he wasn’t on a board. 

THE COMIC MACABRE – JIM GARMHAUSEN {ARTIST TO WATCH}

Like a twisted children’s story come to life on the very pages you are reading, New York- based Jim Garmhausen’s illustrations come off as wickedly nostalgic. Originally a comic artist, he switched focus to illustrations in order to concentrate on

THE COMIC MACABRE – JIM GARMHAUSEN {ARTIST TO WATCH}

Like a twisted children’s story come to life on the very pages you are reading, New York- based Jim Garmhausen’s illustrations come off as wickedly nostalgic. Originally a comic artist, he switched focus to illustrations in order to concentrate on

MARTIN LUTHER KING AND THE MONTGOMERY STORY (ca. 1957)
Art by Dan Berry

During the late 50s a comic was being distributed around the south. It told the story of Dr. King and the Montgomery Boycotts. The publisher decided to use comics to get the story out because more adult seeming publications like

MARTIN LUTHER KING AND THE MONTGOMERY STORY (ca. 1957)
Art by Dan Berry

During the late 50s a comic was being distributed around the south. It told the story of Dr. King and the Montgomery Boycotts. The publisher decided to use comics to get the story out because more adult seeming publications like