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By  Marcus Williams and Greg Burnham

“Drum roll Please! You have asked for it, and now it is here folks, the Official Tuskegee Heirs Kickstarter! We firmly and wholeheartedly believe that this concept can alter the futures of young and old alike, so if you agree with us, please let us know you’re out there with your support. Share, share and share some more to all those you believe will align with this vision! Thank you all for your kind words and moral push so far. Peace ya’ll. “


HUGE news, folks!! I’ve been so thrilled about this project for the last few months and I finally get to share the announcement and some concept art with you!

I’m going to be illustrating Mariko Tamaki’s (Skim, This One Summer) new graphic novel Laura Dean Keep Breaking Up With Me for First Second!!

There’s really no possible way I could be more excited about this book!! I think we’ve got something really special on our hands and I hope you’ll all be just as stoked to read it as I am to draw it!

You can read a summary+an interview with Mariko and myself about the story in the LA times over here!


Monster: A Graphic Novel

“A stunning black-and-white graphic novel adaptation of Walter Dean Myers’s Michael L. Printz Award winner and New York Times bestseller Monster, adapted by Guy Sims and illustrated by Dawud Anyabwile.

Monster is a multi-award-winning, provocative coming-of-age story about Steve Harmon, a teenager awaiting trial for a murder and robbery. As Steve acclimates to juvenile detention and goes to trial, he envisions the ordeal as a movie. Monster was the first-ever Michael L. Printz Award recipient, an ALA Best Book, a Coretta Scott King Honor selection, and a National Book Award finalist.”

Story: Walter Dean Myers, Guy A. Sims, art: Dawud Anyabwile 

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Josan Gonzalez

At a speed equivalent to the exponential compounding rate of Moore’s Law, we rage into the dystopian future of artist Josan Gonzalez. In this not-so-distant reality, silicon and steel intermingle with human flesh and a race of hybrid beings strive to survive amongst the remnants of our ravaged planet. Channeling artistic legends like Moebius, Gonzalez’s work promises to carry on the journey and take us deeper into uncharted territory. 

  1. Virus, The Future Is Now, Vol 2., “Don’t call us a gang. Don’t call us criminals. We are the law. We are the future. , Gotham City belongs to the mutants. Soon the world will be ours., 2015
  2. War Machine, The Future Is Now, Vol 2.,War Machine, 2015
  3. Enemies of Reality, The Future Is Now, Vol 2.,"We are the nothing grating against the norm, We are the something that will not conform
    No one understands what we’ve been given
    We are the useless by-products of soulless meat
    We are all gone we all sing the same tragedy
    Open wide and eat the worms of the enemy
    We are the enemies of reality, in a world that’s unforgiving”, 2015
  4. 2088 Teaser, The Future Is Now, Vol 2.,“Inside four walls I live my life, doesn’t matter what I’ve done,
    The government’s always right,
    They tell us what to be,they tell us what to believe,
    They’re wrong my friend is gone”, 2015
  5. Frankenpunk, The Future is Coming™ // 2088 : the graphic novel, 2015
  6. XI Citadel, The Future Is Now, Vol 2.,“I will create in my own image,
    If God can then why can’t I?”, 2015
  7. Conqueror Worm, 2014
  8. The Fixer, 2015
  9. Gardenia, The Future Is Now, Vol 2.,“…Six hundred sixty six miles per hour, Hear a purrin’ motor, and she’s a burnin’ fuel
    Push it over baby, we’re makin’ love (un)to you”, 2015
  10. Social Guerilla, 2015, images posted with permission of the artist.

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EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: Wires & Nerve, a Lunar Chronicles Graphic Novel!

Wires & Nerve, written by Marissa Meyer and illustrated by Douglas Holgate follows Iko, the beloved android from the Lunar Chronicles, on a dangerous and romantic new adventure – with a little help from Cinder and the Lunar team.



Release Date: 20 April 2016 | 48 Page Graphic Novel

R.R.P £9.99 | ISBN: 978-1-910775-06-6
Art & Colours by Clare Forrest
with text by Fiona Gordon

Clare Forrest’s Mighty Women of Science is a playful and enlightening look at some well known- and some not so well known- women who have and continue to change the world of science. From A for Astronaut (Valentina Tereshkova, the first woman in space) to Z for Zoologist (the award winning Biruté Gladikas), Mighty Women of Science is an all ages book in full colour.

As this book is still in production, reviews will follow later


KRISHNA: A Journey Within (2012) 

“A searing, human portrayal of Krishna, the god of all gods awaits you in A JOURNEY WITHIN. Journey along through his pastimes that have swayed the ages. The final confrontation between the fire of man’s consuming greed to conquer all, and the supreme power of the Divine Spirit.”

Story and art by Abhishek Singh 

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Please click HERE to head over to the Biniwood Patreon Page!

I’ve recently started a Biniwood Patreon page to bring this project to life, and allow me to work full time on creating the Biniwood stories in comic form!

The characters are fully developed, the world is rich and full of life, and everything is all ready to go!…Except for the fact that I can’t dedicate much time to it at the moment due to having to work very long hours trying to make a living as a plush maker. How wonderful life would be (and infinitely less stressful, and painful) if I could make Biniwood full time instead, which is where you come in <3

I would really love and appreciate it if you could mosey on over and take a look at the page, and if you fancy following the development and creation of this fun and wonderful comic, perhaps even consider become a Patron! Even just reblogging this would help tremendously, and would be greatly appreciated.

Here’s a quick list of the kinds of things I’m sharing on my Patreon page, just as a small example of some of the things you’ll get to see as a Patron:

  • Development sketches and concept art
  • Step-by-step images and written tutorials of how I create my paintings
  • Timelapse videos showing how I paint and create my comic pages and illustrations using watercolour, gouache and pencil
  • Timelapse videos of how I create my digital art
  • Regular uploads of voice-over walkthrough tutorials for certain techniques such as how I draw and paint trees, rocks, buildings (all that fun environmental building stuff), and all of my characters and creations 
  • Full voice-over practical tutorials on choosing papers, types and brands of paints and materials, and how to use programmes and machinery such as the Silhouette Cameo die cutter and Silhouette Studio.

Please see the pictures below for a fun little glimpse of the kind of things you’ll be able to see:

Please, please reblog <3 Pretty please with cherries on top <3 

It helps an artist out so unbelievably much, even if you can’t become a Patron or haven’t got time to visit (or even if it doesn’t interest you!), please just consider clicking the little ‘Reblog’ button. I can’t express how grateful I am to every single person who does!


Thomas Rouzière

Focusing on the early formative years of the lives of children, artist Thomas Rouzière explores the tumultuous experiences instrumental in their mental, physical and sexual development. The expressive quality of the raw paint and line Rouzière captures the balance between confusion and wonder of this period.   

  1. Garçon, 2015
  2. from the series, Jurassique, 2015
  3. from the series, Jurassique, 2015
  4. from the series, L'orée du bois, 2015
  5. from the series, Trois petits cochons, 2014
  6. from the series, I was born but, 2014
  7. from the series, Feuilles, 2015
  8. from the series, Feuilles, 2015
  9. L'atelier, 2014
  10. from the series, Claude, 2014, images posted with permission of the artist.

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