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missvoltairine:

drawing/painting illos for HOUSE OF HORROR

missvoltairine:

drawing/painting illos for HOUSE OF HORROR

I forgot to put photos of this installation on this blog. This is an installation called I Am Other People, in which I attempted to address through illustration my discomfort with any kind of self-portraiture that isn’t ultimately just a caricature.

Acrylic and ink on paper, oil-based ink on glass, 2012.

missvoltairine:

quick photos of my final ceramics installation.

ACAB/All Cats Are Beautiful.

slipcast earthenware, modified with monotype and relief printing techniques; acrylic paint; gold yarn. 2012.

We are down to the LAST DAY of our indiegogo campaign

missvoltairine:

If you’ve been planning on donating or passing the word around but haven’t yet, NOW IS THE TIME.

Here is the tumblr for En Greve. Check out our work. Show us some love. For indie comics and accessible education!

Linocut print on denim, available for purchase here.

Linocut print on denim, available for purchase here.

OK I MADE AN ETSY STORE

missvoltairine:

Currently available: a bunch of prints!

Coming soon: a bunch of minicomics/zines and probably some patches!

What other stuff would you guys like to see? Something from my art blog that you want to see made as a print? Lemme know!

Reflections on Living In The End Times, part 3. Linocut/relief print, 2012.

Reflections on Living In The End Times, part 3. Linocut/relief print, 2012.

engreve:

Not a proper sneak peek, but here’s an illustration inspired by The Dark Knight Rises - I think Selina Kyle and Holly Go-Nightly would totally support the student strike, don’t you?
There’s 16 days left to donate to our Indiegogo campaign and help us get the book out!

engreve:

Not a proper sneak peek, but here’s an illustration inspired by The Dark Knight Rises - I think Selina Kyle and Holly Go-Nightly would totally support the student strike, don’t you?

There’s 16 days left to donate to our Indiegogo campaign and help us get the book out!

engreve:

The students-in-blackface incident came up in almost every interview I’ve done so far, with some people telling me “you have to write about that if you’re going to paint an honest picture of the movement”, and others saying that I shouldn’t write about it because it would “make us look bad”.
I happen to think that if people are worried about making the student movement look bad, they shouldn’t go around in blackface to begin with.
This page was written and drawn by Laura Ellyn.

engreve:

The students-in-blackface incident came up in almost every interview I’ve done so far, with some people telling me “you have to write about that if you’re going to paint an honest picture of the movement”, and others saying that I shouldn’t write about it because it would “make us look bad”.

I happen to think that if people are worried about making the student movement look bad, they shouldn’t go around in blackface to begin with.

This page was written and drawn by Laura Ellyn.

engreve:

This is a page from a story about the repression faced by independent and student journalists - many of whom feel that members of the press covering the Maple Spring demonstrations were and still are being targeted for police violence.
From today until the end of the month, we are going to be updating our campaign page with one-page excerpts from the book each and every day. These pages will also be posted here!

engreve:

This is a page from a story about the repression faced by independent and student journalists - many of whom feel that members of the press covering the Maple Spring demonstrations were and still are being targeted for police violence.

From today until the end of the month, we are going to be updating our campaign page with one-page excerpts from the book each and every day. These pages will also be posted here!

(via missvoltairine)

missvoltairine:

drawing/painting illos for HOUSE OF HORROR

missvoltairine:

drawing/painting illos for HOUSE OF HORROR

I forgot to put photos of this installation on this blog. This is an installation called I Am Other People, in which I attempted to address through illustration my discomfort with any kind of self-portraiture that isn’t ultimately just a caricature.

Acrylic and ink on paper, oil-based ink on glass, 2012.

missvoltairine:

quick photos of my final ceramics installation.

ACAB/All Cats Are Beautiful.

slipcast earthenware, modified with monotype and relief printing techniques; acrylic paint; gold yarn. 2012.

We are down to the LAST DAY of our indiegogo campaign

missvoltairine:

If you’ve been planning on donating or passing the word around but haven’t yet, NOW IS THE TIME.

Here is the tumblr for En Greve. Check out our work. Show us some love. For indie comics and accessible education!

Linocut print on denim, available for purchase here.

Linocut print on denim, available for purchase here.

OK I MADE AN ETSY STORE

missvoltairine:

Currently available: a bunch of prints!

Coming soon: a bunch of minicomics/zines and probably some patches!

What other stuff would you guys like to see? Something from my art blog that you want to see made as a print? Lemme know!

Reflections on Living In The End Times, part 3. Linocut/relief print, 2012.

Reflections on Living In The End Times, part 3. Linocut/relief print, 2012.

engreve:

Not a proper sneak peek, but here’s an illustration inspired by The Dark Knight Rises - I think Selina Kyle and Holly Go-Nightly would totally support the student strike, don’t you?
There’s 16 days left to donate to our Indiegogo campaign and help us get the book out!

engreve:

Not a proper sneak peek, but here’s an illustration inspired by The Dark Knight Rises - I think Selina Kyle and Holly Go-Nightly would totally support the student strike, don’t you?

There’s 16 days left to donate to our Indiegogo campaign and help us get the book out!

engreve:

The students-in-blackface incident came up in almost every interview I’ve done so far, with some people telling me “you have to write about that if you’re going to paint an honest picture of the movement”, and others saying that I shouldn’t write about it because it would “make us look bad”.
I happen to think that if people are worried about making the student movement look bad, they shouldn’t go around in blackface to begin with.
This page was written and drawn by Laura Ellyn.

engreve:

The students-in-blackface incident came up in almost every interview I’ve done so far, with some people telling me “you have to write about that if you’re going to paint an honest picture of the movement”, and others saying that I shouldn’t write about it because it would “make us look bad”.

I happen to think that if people are worried about making the student movement look bad, they shouldn’t go around in blackface to begin with.

This page was written and drawn by Laura Ellyn.

engreve:

This is a page from a story about the repression faced by independent and student journalists - many of whom feel that members of the press covering the Maple Spring demonstrations were and still are being targeted for police violence.
From today until the end of the month, we are going to be updating our campaign page with one-page excerpts from the book each and every day. These pages will also be posted here!

engreve:

This is a page from a story about the repression faced by independent and student journalists - many of whom feel that members of the press covering the Maple Spring demonstrations were and still are being targeted for police violence.

From today until the end of the month, we are going to be updating our campaign page with one-page excerpts from the book each and every day. These pages will also be posted here!

(via missvoltairine)

About:

My name is Laura Ellyn and I like to draw things. My work includes comics and illustrations for Bitch, Briarpatch, and the Vancouver Review. I am a student in the print media department of Concordia University. I live in Montreal with my sweetheart and two cats.

These are some of my drawings, paintings, prints, and other works.