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Laura Knetzger:

Kissing loop.

Laura Knetzger:

Kissing loop.

Cody Pickrodt:

For the Dadsville Anthology.
Jensine Eckwall:

wyethyates:

Illustrator extraordinaire Jensine Eckwall.

you fall asleep, you get drawed

Jensine Eckwall:

wyethyates:

Illustrator extraordinaire Jensine Eckwall.

you fall asleep, you get drawed

Emma Louthan:

….aaaand here they are on page 86— many thanks to Jaci Kessler for being the best art director!

Emma Louthan:

….aaaand here they are on page 86— many thanks to Jaci Kessler for being the best art director!

Upside down banana

Emma Louthan:

some spot illustrations I did for the latest issue of Bloomberg Businessweek 
 

Emma Louthan:

some spot illustrations I did for the latest issue of Bloomberg Businessweek 

 

Laura Knetzger:

Feeling lost.

Laura Knetzger:

Feeling lost.

Emma Louthan:

11◊23◊2013

Emma Louthan:

11◊23◊2013

Laura Knetzger:

astralrejection:

mocca was a blast!!! thank you to my amazing tablemates chandler moses, laura k, jenny z, and vreni stollberger. you are the moon(s) of my con life.
also thanks to everyone that came out and said hey! it was a wonderful weekend and i’m already looking forward to next year. i’ll be posting my leftover zines to my shop in the next few days, if you missed out on anything or were not able to make it to NYC this past weekend~(PS thx to the magical danielle fee for taking this awesome cheki of us!!)

Too good.

Laura Knetzger:

astralrejection:

mocca was a blast!!! thank you to my amazing tablemates chandler moses, laura k, jenny z, and vreni stollberger. you are the moon(s) of my con life.

also thanks to everyone that came out and said hey! it was a wonderful weekend and i’m already looking forward to next year. i’ll be posting my leftover zines to my shop in the next few days, if you missed out on anything or were not able to make it to NYC this past weekend~

(PS thx to the magical danielle fee for taking this awesome cheki of us!!)

Too good.

boxbrowncomics:

Rest in Peace Warrior
boxbrowncomics:

Strip for Atomic Books' Free Comic Book Day comic Mutant Funnies #3

boxbrowncomics:

Rest in Peace Warrior

boxbrowncomics:

Strip for Atomic Books' Free Comic Book Day comic Mutant Funnies #3

Jensine Eckwall:

Thanks so much to everyone who came by at MoCCA Fest!  It was a great time, as always.  
Photo from table-mate deliaevinart

Jensine Eckwall:

Thanks so much to everyone who came by at MoCCA Fest!  It was a great time, as always.  

Photo from table-mate deliaevinart

Cody Pickrodt:

For the Dadsville Anthology.

Jensine Eckwall:

Themes, by Jensine Eckwall

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I was giving away this mini-zine of six new drawings during illustration week in NYC, and I figured I’d share it digitally as well.  I will have physical copies available for cheap at the coming MoCCA fest.  

"Themes" is a bit of exploration and criticism of the recurring imagery I find throughout my work, especially during this very transitional period in my art career.  By putting these self-cliches to paper, I will be less apt to rely on them in the future, but also be aware of my personal language of metaphor.

(Source: jensineeckwall.com)

Laura Knetzger:

Girl, Stinky, messy loft living.

Emma Louthan:

11◊6◊2013

Emma Louthan:

11◊6◊2013

Jensine Eckwall:

Frigophobia- Fear of Becoming too Cold
for Month of Fear
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Upon first researching frigophobia, I was surprised and fascinated by its correlation with other, largely gender-based psychological disorders.  It is associated with koro, a culture-specific syndrome where male sufferers believe their genitals are retracting into the body and will disappear.  Coldness is associated with an overabundance of yin, the female element.  

In China and Singapore, when women are notified of the illness (it is traditionally believed that working women are particularly susceptible, triggered by stresses like pregnancy), they tend to withdraw from the workforce, avoid exposure to the elements, and alter their diets as opposed to psychotherapy.

Jensine Eckwall:

Frigophobia- Fear of Becoming too Cold

for Month of Fear

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Upon first researching frigophobia, I was surprised and fascinated by its correlation with other, largely gender-based psychological disorders.  It is associated with koro, a culture-specific syndrome where male sufferers believe their genitals are retracting into the body and will disappear.  Coldness is associated with an overabundance of yin, the female element.  
In China and Singapore, when women are notified of the illness (it is traditionally believed that working women are particularly susceptible, triggered by stresses like pregnancy), they tend to withdraw from the workforce, avoid exposure to the elements, and alter their diets as opposed to psychotherapy.