Sean Gallagher has taken his love of many kinds of art (typography, tattoos, graffiti, illustration, sign painting) and rolled it into an independent business called Working Class Creative.
To contact Sean: firstname.lastname@example.org or 267•320•7534
Straight-to-pen sketchbook page. It was a goof-off idea that started with just the little Caveman Eyeball. Then it sprawled out of control over a few hours. It seemed kind of Meaty, so I am sharing it here.
The Philadelphia Cartoonist Society just printed our 3rd anthology. The PCS has been around for 15 years. The initial club was started by Andrew Hart, Jeffro Kilpatrick, and Chrissie Currier, and now has over 100 members on their distribution list. About 30 are active in local charity projects and art shows. 20 members contributed to this 3rd anthology, which was dedicated to their friend Megan Miller. The anthology not only showcases the work of longtime members, but younger, newer additions to the group as well. It’s a wild mix, a true reflection of what a diverse assembly this ragtag group of cartoonists and illustrators has evolved into. Here is a small sampling of the work in PCS Book 3…
I made a new limited edition giclee print that will be for sale on my online shop only until the end of August. The print celebrates my love for the Philly neighborhood where I was born and raised. Two different sizes are available: 10″x8″ & 14″x11″. Each archival giclee is printed on smooth, fine art, 270 gsm, 15 mil. paper, and will be signed and numbered. For more information, please go to the shop: jeffrosstore.bigcartel.com.
Philly comixista Christine Larsen has a new book of short stories on tap. Larsen has done a gang of comics over the past few years, from Teddy Scares to Shrek to Kung Fu Panda. Click HERE to view her site. Larsen will be debuting the work the end of this month at Wizard World Philly. But check out this sneaky preview: