Stephanie Buscema’s art is immediately lovable. Whether she’s painting super-cute puppies for a children’s book, a Spider Man comic, or saucy/scary pinup babes, Buscema’s retro, richly-textured technicolor art gives you a warm and fuzzy feeling.
I went to France last year to visit a friend living in Paris. I took a side trip to Marseille and found La Passarelle. The food was simple, super-local (they have their own veggie and herb garden), and so well cooked. The furniture was mismatched, the menu was handwritten in a notebook, and the chef [...]
Katie Cook is funny. She also happens to be an amazing cartoonist. Katie’s sense of humor comes through loud and clear on Twitter, in her webcomic, Gronk, and in her illustrations. But Katie’s work isn’t just funny: it’s cute, playful, witty, pretty and smart. Who wouldn’t want that list of adjectives?
Dresden Codak is an ongoing webcomic written and illustrated by Aaron Diaz. It’s a futuristic, science-and-philosophy filled adventure comic that defies easy categorization. Not only does he write his webcomic, but he also creates the lush, beautiful digitally painted artwork for it.