This is a chapter from my interview-based comic where women from every decade talk about what does and doesn't matter, in hindsight. The regrettable hairdo poll was the most fun to officiate, thus far, so I've featured some of the results here.
Social Media campaign: THINX
Portraits of 28 influential women, for a company that's making the first high performance underwear in history. Visit them at shethinx
Favorite Fiction Overhaul
3 of my favorite books, redesigned with custom type to match. If you have managed to miss Candide thus far, get on it! It's short, funny and has a surprise ending. This is unlike life, but that's cool you can have all that in a book.
New Nonfiction Comic in Illustoria magazine
Issue 1 is due out soon, each issue will feature a different author, focusing on their childhood influences and inspirations. Subscribe to the magazine here:
Cocktails paired with short stories - the oft-practiced coping technique of introverts during the holidaze. Now made more available to the masses!
Progress & Regress along the twisting path towards equality
Select tidbits from history and contemporary news headlines. Compare and contrast the forward thinking with the non-thinking. One thing we can count on: human absurdities will prevail.
More from 'Memo', my interview based comic
How would you advise your younger self, given the advantage of hindsight? Thirty-somethings through ninety-somethings contribute their thoughts.
What book do you wish you'd read sooner?
Another one of my favorite poll questions for 'MEMO' comic.
Flannery O'Connor graphic novel bio
How does a Catholic woman living in the South become a celebrated novelist and fiction writer of grisly realities? Turns out, she started by sewing outfits for her chickens as a child and earning a place on national television after teaching one of them to walk backwards. Besides that, we're not sure exactly how it all added up but it's sure illustration-worthy.
My personal favorite Flannery O'Connor short story
History of Ornithology: BIRDER-ing
The binoculars turns its gaze backwards: Who were the fascinating pioneers of this branch of Environmental Science? 'BIRDER-ing' aims to highlight such characters - through their trials and triumphs and very bizarre journal entries.