The 2013/14 CALL FOR ENTRIES to join Puck Collective is now officially open.
If you are interested in submitting please take the following steps…
1.) Produce a small original piece
(if possible, this isn’t 100% mandatory, but we would love to see it)
2.) Email it to us including a link to your online portfolio to email@example.com
3.) Title your email "Puck collective submission"
All submissions must be sent in before midnight on October 31st. Any submissions sent in after this cut off date will not be considered*. (*sorry)
We’re really looking forward to see what you send in. The last year has fantastic for us, involving exhibitions, workshops, drawing clubs, murals, shops, magazines and festivals.
We hope you’re excited with the idea of joining us for the next 12 months and seeing what fun we can have!
I may have grown too attached to a spider living in my house…
"Let people feel the weight of who you are and let them deal with it."
So here’s a submission I did for an anthology that’s heading to RIPE Expo in August (although I am not, unfortunately). The theme and title of the collection is “Dip”.
Perfect, cuz chip dip is magical.
This is a comic I just finished, check it out! It makes no sense.
Frida Kahlo, born today in 1907, painted this powerful work shortly after divorcing Diego Rivera, who had been unfaithful.
[Frida Kahlo. Self-Portrait with Cropped Hair. 1940.]
This was one of the first pieces of art I remember actually moving me. I looovvveed this piece. Frida Kahlo was the first artist I felt a real connection to. I made several terrible attempts to recreate this work in my teens and twenties, both in 2D and in mixed media photography (eek). Frida’s paintings really inspired me to pursue narrative through drawing and illustration…the powerful stories her paintings told just moved me so much. God bless this amazing, beautiful and strong woman.