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The Art of Cooking with Michelle Mia and Chloe!


The Art of Cooking with Michelle, Chloe and Mia, is a comic book… well, not really… It’s a cook book… It’s a COMIC COOK BOOK! That’s right… My friends Michelle, Chloe, Mia and I want to show you how to make 30 delicious recipes, and we hope you’ll join us in creating a one of a kind, never before seen cook book.

But we need all the help we can get in funding the production of the project! Which is why you should check out our kickstarter campaign.

Merci and bon appétit!
Liz, Michelle, Chloe and Mia

External Link: The Art of Cooking with Michelle Mia and Chloe!

Favorite Pumpkin Greeting Card


Message Inside: “You’re my favorite kind of pumpkin.” It’s pumpkin insanity. Pumpkin pie, pumpkin bread, pumpkin-spiced lattés, pumpkin candles….why not pumpkin cards? Show your significant other your sweet side while satisfying your pumpkin craving with this card.

This card measures 4.25″ X 5.5″ (A2), is hand-illustrated and printed in the U.S.A. Each card comes with a French Paper Speckletone Kraft envelope.

4.00 USD – U.S. Dollar BUY ME

Amelia Calavera – Day of the Dead Sugar Skull


Dia de los Muertos (“Day of the Dead”) is a holiday celebration which is held from October 31 to November 2, not only observed throughout Mexico but also in other cultures around the world, including most Latin American countries. This popular tradition is all about the boundaries between life and death, and how people honour and celebrate their deceased loved ones as a way to reconnect with them.

Amelia was inspired by this colorful celebration and by the beautiful botanic imagery from early 1900’s. © Sandra Vargas

External Link: Amelia Calavera – Day of the Dead Sugar Skull



Openbox is a sheet of paper measuring 50×70 cm, with perforated tear-lines and creased folding patterns. Once the design has been drawn, the excess paper can be removed, and the flaps inserted into the slots, transforming the sheet into a three-dimensional support ready to be hung on the wall and displayed. Openbox is sold in 10-sheet packages resembling an album.

Openbox is suitable for all techniques of graphic representation, from pencils to markers, from watercolors to acrylics, and is the perfect solution for design exhibitions and live painting events.

The first output of Openbox will be financed through a crowdfunding campaign on the Indiegogo platform. To contribute to its funding, both the Openbox album and a selection of works produced on the Openbox support by major artists, cartoonists, illustrators and designers will be available to the public for purchase.

30 USD – U.S. Dollar BUY ME

Kareem Rizk @ Moniker Art Fair 2014 represented by Smithson Gallery


I’m very pleased to announce that I’ll be showing a new series of works at the Moniker Art Fair for the first time this year in London. I’ll be represented there by the UK based Smithson Gallery, being one of only four artists featured by the gallery at this event. I’ll be in attendance on October 16th for the opening night preview.

My new featured works will be a series of 32 handmade mixed media multiples titled ‘Circus’, featuring 4 unique designs and 8 different colour-ways. This series however will only be revealed after the opening night. Other new works that I’ve just recently finished include two big original works on canvas, 200 x 100 cm (80 x 40 inches) and 110 x 180 cm (43 x 70 inches).

The above piece called ‘Ruby Throat’ is currently for sale along with other pieces via Smithson’s website.

External Link: Kareem Rizk @ Moniker Art Fair 2014 represented by Smithson Gallery

Varoom 27: The Hermenauts issue


Hermenauts seek to interpret, and this is the theme of Varoom 27: how illustration is able to interpret text narratives, gender in images, the commissions received from clients, software glitches, Japanese comics and more.

In this issue Varoom present the full AOI Illustration Awards Shortlist, as well as articles showcasing the winning projects alongside insights from their creators. As Laurindo Feliciano describes “In the creative process, when an illustrator finds the key elements of this relation between the text and the image, something magic begins.” Highlights of the V&A Illustration Awards, the Design Museum Award and the British Animation Award are also featured.

External Link: Varoom 27: The Hermenauts issue