Andrew Hart is a Co-Founder of the Philadelphia Cartoonist Society. He uses a quill pen and a thin, but powerful line. You can scroll through his blog with immaculate sketch pages by clicking HERE. You can read all of his syndicated, sweet and gloom-embracing Winston comics HERE.
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: email@example.com or 267•320•7534
Look at the imagination-land of Andrew Ohlmann on his website. See more selections from my older Cartoon Brew “Artist of the Day” post on Andrew.
Explore the black and white piles of drawings from Mrzyk & Moriceau on their Tumblr and website, where every single piece is worthy of an eyeballin’ and a chuckle.
Dig into the comics and drawings of Andy Burkholder on his Tumblr, website, blog and Flickr. Check into the Andy tag for the past.
Check out Krystal DiFronzo’s comics and drawings over on her Tumblr and website.
Scott Teplin is drawing another gigantic, mysterious scene on paper. They are such undertakings that this production was even made possible by crowd-funding with rewards being glossy prints of the result as well as many more drawings of twisted doughnuts. Previous posts on Teplin.
Look at Vinnie Neuberg’s work over on Tumblr and his website.
Take a peek at Lorenzo Mò’s art over on Tumblr.
Look at Tanawat Sakdawisarak’s art over on Behance.