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Visiting Artist: Evan Dahm

Comic work by Evan Dahm

Evan Dahm lives in Brooklyn and has been creating and self-publishing fantasy graphic novels since 2006, including Rice Boy and Vattu. He’s also illustrated and published editions of The Wizard of Oz and Moby-Dick, and he’s currently working on a book for First Second Books, called Island Book. On his Patreon, you can follow along as he continues working on projects.

Comic work by Evan Dahm

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Patreon Spotlight:
Sophie Goldstein

Sophie Goldstein (’13) is the creator of The Oven (AdHouse Books) and House of Women, which will be coming out later this year through Fantagraphics. She has a Patreon going to fund her continued work on comics.

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Patreon Spotlight: John Carvajal

Driving comic by John Carvajal

John Carvajal (’15) is a “cartoonist and full-time cook for [his] girlfriend.” To support this wild lifestyle, he is running a Patreon where patrons can follow his daily (as in, yes, every day) journal comics along with other finished pages of comics.

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Alum Spotlight:
Sarah “Chu” Wilson

Chu self-portrait

Sarah “Chu” Wilson (’15) is a web comic maniac. She has two series going, Slightly Damned and The Junk Hyenas Diner, and continues to make various minicomics.

First page of Slightly Damned

Slightly Damned started in 2004 and continued through her time at The Center to Cartoon Studies to now. Chu posts one color page per week. The fantasy story follows Rhea through Hell after she was murdered in an action-adventure romantic comedy.

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Patreon Spotlight:
T Edward Bak

Sample page of Wild Man by T Edward Bak

T Edward Bak is working on a graphic novel about the naturalist Georg Wilhem Steller, Wild Man. Bak’s research is based on translations of Steller’s own accounts. Bak is focusing his story and research on Steller’s experience with the imperial Second Kamchatka Expedition in the 18th century, from Russia to North America.

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