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Shoes and wolves.

Icons really speak to me. I’m not talking about bible icons but simple graphics representing buttons or something of note. I’ve been working on shoes and wolves. 58 more words


Graphically Speaking: Kiri Østergaard Leonard

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Kiri Østergaard Leonard

(Interviewer: Kelley Van Dilla, GS Editor for SPACES)

Kiri Østergaard Leonard is a Danish illustrator who grew up in the small country village of Boeslum. 2,662 more words

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Graphically Speaking: David Parkin & Daryl Freimark


David Parkin and Daryl Freimark

(Interviewer: Kelley van Dilla, GS Editor for SPACES)

David Parkin

Growing up in the Rocky Mountains, David Parkin spent the majority of his life around the filming locations of movies such as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Rio Bravo, Once Upon a Time in the West and Vanishing Point. 3,415 more words

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Graphically Speaking: Jeffrey Veregge


Jeffrey Veregge

Jeffrey Veregge is a Native artist hailing from Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, and has spent most of his life on the reservation locally known as Little Boston, located near Kingston, Washington. 2,009 more words

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Graphically Speaking: Jenn Manley Lee


Jenn Manley Lee

(Interviewer: Austin Eichelberger, Editor for SPACES)

Jenn Manley Lee resides in Portland Oregon with her husband Kip Manley and daughter Taran in a house full of books, geeks, art, cats and music, all of which she manages to trip over now and again. 2,117 more words

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Tokens of my Heart

Ever since I can remember, I have always enjoyed creating gifts to give to friends and loved ones rather than going out and buying a ready-made item. 423 more words

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Graphically Speaking: Russell Lissau



(Interviewer: Alex Odom, GS Editor for SPACES)

By day, Russell Lissau is a mild-mannered newspaper reporter in suburban Chicago. By night, he battles evil writing comic books including THE BATMAN STRIKES!, STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE and DAILY GRIND. 1,559 more words

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