Portland zine symposium was so much fun! I sold a lot, traded a lot, and drew portraits of about 40 people and 1 cat. I’m off on a big adventure for the next few weeks, so expect travel sketches, low communication and an eventual travel zine.

Also to every one who said nice things about my art this weekend, thanks! It means a lot.

24hour zine challenge complete. I made a short art zine with animals and little prince references and space and David Bowie lyrics.

IPRC window display, summer 2014

A papercut window display made with the help of lots of IPRC volunteers.

IPRC window display, summer 2014

A papercut window display made with the help of lots of IPRC volunteers.

volunteer appreciation card for the museum of contemporary craftpapercut/gouache/digital

volunteer appreciation card for the museum of contemporary craft

papercut/gouache/digital

I’m a bit late blogging about this, but in March, Moscow Diary was the Zine of the Month! (with the IPRC's Zine of the Month Club).  It was very exciting to know so many people got to read my goofy zine about wandering around Moscow.  I'm currently working on reformatting & reprinting my old Russia zines and missing Russia a lot.  But I am really grateful that Moscow Diary got showcased, and that the IPRC exists.

I’m a bit late blogging about this, but in March, Moscow Diary was the Zine of the Month! (with the IPRC's Zine of the Month Club).  It was very exciting to know so many people got to read my goofy zine about wandering around Moscow.  I'm currently working on reformatting & reprinting my old Russia zines and missing Russia a lot.  But I am really grateful that Moscow Diary got showcased, and that the IPRC exists.

I did some window displays at the IPRC with help from other volunteers!

it’s a real cool place.