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Beacon Lights: The Future Needs You

by George Jurard

  Beacon Lights by Minneapolis cartoonist George Jurard, is a series of loosely inter-locking stories that take place over the course of 200 years. Throughout our lives, we are perpetually in the act of pursuit. We are always seeking something in the distance— a beacon, a light, that calls us to action. But, each action [...]

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Aporia

by Dean Haspiel

Christa Cassano wrote the latest Studio YOLO challenge, “Aporia,” and I gave myself an hour or two to draw it. I didn’t fare as well as James Greene, Meghan Lands, and K-Fai Steele but it was a fun one to do. Big ups to Jp Pollard! I hope a few more solutions trickle in. http://studioyolo.com/timeline/aporia/

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Studio YOLO

by Dean Haspiel

Studio YOLO (You Only Live Once) is an online artist collective composed of eight different cartoonists from around the world. The collective formed as a direct result of a residency held at the Atlantic Center for the Arts in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, where these cartoonists were selected to study under master artist Dean Haspiel, so [...]

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A Letter Lasts Longer

by Dean Haspiel

In October, 2012, I spent three weeks at a comix residency as a “master artist” at The Atlantic Center for the Arts in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, where I helped select, mentor, and impart comix-making wisdom to eight amazing, willing, and dedicated cartoonists from America, Ireland, Canada, and Australia. I was there alongside two other [...]

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