elliottjunkyard:

Photos from the opening night of the S.M.R.G. show at Columbia.

elliottjunkyard:

My new book, Pinocchio, in the reading library at the S.M.R.G. show.

arirhodes:

#ladydrawers #comics #art #artexhibit #chicago (at Leviton A+D Gallery)

arirhodes:

#ladydrawers #comics #art #artexhibit #chicago (at Leviton A+D Gallery)

arirhodes:

Why we oppose comics for women by Franny Howes #ladydrawers #comics #art #artexhibit #chicago (at Leviton A+D Gallery)

arirhodes:

Why we oppose comics for women by Franny Howes #ladydrawers #comics #art #artexhibit #chicago (at Leviton A+D Gallery)

arirhodes:

#ladydrawers #comics #art #artexhibit #chicago (at Leviton A+D Gallery)

arirhodes:

#ladydrawers #comics #art #artexhibit #chicago (at Leviton A+D Gallery)

It’s a bummer that we’ve fallen behind the Tumbling, since it may have kept you from the below for too long, from Rae’s personal Tumblr. Many of you already know that Rae’s sort of the force behind the collective that is Ladydrawers, so it was super extremely totally important and awesome that we bring them on board this project with Janelle when we started it. That they took Janelle’s script and infused it with the kind of jokes that made us all want to start working together in the first place was extra bonusy. 

Sadly, Snips the non-binary cat does not exist in real life. Only in our hearts.

landofallart:

In case any one is interested here are some of the pages I drew for the third installment of Bitch Media’s “Don’t Be a Dick” Comic series. The whole comic can be viewed here. It’s full of jokes to mask the depressing information on the representation and employment of women and trans people in comics. 

On a side note I’m totally going to make a Sexy Lamp and Busty Toaster Spin-off. 

April’s Our Fashion Year Strip, with Ellen Linder and Anne Elizabeth Moore, goes *outside* the garment factories but inside the NGOs where organizations funded by foreign governments hope to provide new , alternative skills to sex workers. But, lo and behold! It’s not so different from a factory after all, leaving readers to wonder: what alternatives, exactly, are these NGOs providing?
Read the whole thing here: http://truth-out.org/news/item/22896-thin-line-between-garment-sex-work

April’s Our Fashion Year Strip, with Ellen Linder and Anne Elizabeth Moore, goes *outside* the garment factories but inside the NGOs where organizations funded by foreign governments hope to provide new , alternative skills to sex workers. But, lo and behold! It’s not so different from a factory after all, leaving readers to wonder: what alternatives, exactly, are these NGOs providing?

Read the whole thing here: http://truth-out.org/news/item/22896-thin-line-between-garment-sex-work

Yet another in our series of comics that explain to folks how to not be a total effing jag-off in the comics industry. We didn’t call it that, though—that was too long.
bitch-media:

A great new comic in our “Don’t Be a Dick” series on gender and comics—this one drawn by Sarah Vaugh, written by Janelle Asselin, and edited by Anne Elizabeth Moore.
Read more about the comics project at BitchMedia.org. 

Yet another in our series of comics that explain to folks how to not be a total effing jag-off in the comics industry. We didn’t call it that, though—that was too long.

bitch-media:

A great new comic in our “Don’t Be a Dick” series on gender and comics—this one drawn by Sarah Vaugh, written by Janelle Asselin, and edited by Anne Elizabeth Moore.

Read more about the comics project at BitchMedia.org

Rae Swanson’s Snips, the non-binary cat that dresses better than any of the Ladydrawers, which can (and should) be read in its full hilarity here: http://bitchmagazine.org/post/dont-be-a-dick-how-comics-can-alienate-women-and-trans-folks

Rae Swanson’s Snips, the non-binary cat that dresses better than any of the Ladydrawers, which can (and should) be read in its full hilarity here: http://bitchmagazine.org/post/dont-be-a-dick-how-comics-can-alienate-women-and-trans-folks

Comics Pros and Sexual Harassment

gimpnelly:

I’m working on a new journalism project that involves stories of sexual harassment in the comics industry. Primarily I want to hear stories about comics professionals (creators, editors, executives, marketers, journalists, retailers, convention organizers, etc. etc. but not fans)…