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Hey guys! So i helped put together a spooky art zine with fellow artist Tait Howard, and it’s finally ready to be premiered at the coming Small Press Expo in Bethesda, Maryland on the 19th and 20th of September! It will be available at tables H7B (me!) and M2 (Tait!).  The book features 60 artists, each tasked with illustrating a different room in a haunted house! The work is truly incredible across the board, as you can see. Pictured above from top to bottom are:

The Nursery by Jackie Lewis - jackiemakescomics.tumblr.com
The Twin’s Room by Matthew Seely - matthewseely.tumblr.com
The Mausoleum by Rich Daley - poornitely.tumblr.com
The Gardens by Paulina Ganucheau - paulinaganucheau.tumblr.com
The Quarantine Room by Leslie Dorcus - print-52.tumblr.com 
The Sauna by Sera Stanton - serastanton.com

Just a small portion of all the great art contained within! The book will be available after SPX (Probably around October 1st) on my Etsy:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/TrevorHendersonArt
And Tait Howard’s Etsy:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/TaitComics

If you’re going to SPX, come say hi and check out the book!!

Kiakshuk

Kiakshuk (1886-1966) was an Inuit artist and storyteller. It was not until he was in his 70s that Kiakshuk took up drawing and print making, thanks to the encouragement of a friend. Over the course of six years, Kiakshuk produced 52 prints that became vital to the development of the Inuit graphic arts history. His body of work is filled with imagery and stories from the traditional Eskimo lifestyle.





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https://society6.com/product/cmy-3sx_print#1=45

https://society6.com/product/misc-cmy-5d4_framed-print#12=52&13=54

https://society6.com/product/misc-cmy_stretched-canvas#6=28


I just but a bunch of stuff on society6, i didn’t really wanna use it but I’ve just not had chance to sort any prints myself. 


Always looking for new people to paint etc so hit me up if you got a head for me.

Kiakshuk (1886-1966) was an Inuit artist and storyteller. It was not until he was in his 70s that Kiakshuk took up drawing and print making, thanks to the encouragement of a friend. Over the course of six years, Kiakshuk produced 52 prints that became vital to the development of the Inuit graphic arts history. His body of work is filled with imagery and stories from the traditional Eskimo lifestyle. communedesign