Tag Archives: Dakota McFadzean

YOLO: Dakota McFadzean on Death, Age, and Drawing Every Day

Center for Cartoon Studies Alumnus Dakota McFadzean has a pretty dark sense of humor. In his often surreal daily strips–appropriately entitled “The Dailies”–death, cosmic insignificance, facial mutation, and ghosts are all used to point out the absurdity of life and … Continue reading

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Congratulations, Class of 2012!

A new brand of cartoonist for the modern age, like water soaking into a brick road they can bend, fold and melt into any shape. Whether you need storyboards drawn, an advertising campaign mascot, a memoir adapted into a graphic … Continue reading

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Commencement 2012

It’s that time of year again. The grackles are out, squawking at the almighty winds while the computer and screen printing lab become eerily silent and empty. Commencement is this week for the graduation class of 2012 at The Center … Continue reading

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More 2012 MoCCA and Stumptown Books!

The books just keep a-rolling off the presses in White River Junction, Vermont, so here are some more sneak peeks of books to find this weekend at Stumptown in Portland and MoCCA in NYC! Nomi Kane (CCS ’11) will have … Continue reading

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MoCCA Comic Debuts!

The Schulz Graphic Novel Library is proud to announce the mini-comic and comic book MoCCA debuts of students, alumni and faculty of the Center for Cartoon Studies. Look for these amazing comics and more along the back wall of MoCCA … Continue reading

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Freshmen Anthologies are in!

The notorious Freshmen Anthology project is a foreboding one, but as usual CCS’s newest class pulled through in style! For the assignment, the class is randomly divided into quarters, making for around 5 students per group. Each group gets to … Continue reading

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