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Tenants With Benefits

Tenants With Benefits
Michael Jewell. Run Yr Mouth, 2011. Mixed Media. Bucktown, Chicago, IL. (Photo Credit: Zachary Johnson) It’s no secret that the bulk of art produced by young Chicagoans is made in their apartments. Behind closed doors, living spaces are transformed into makeshift studios where countless art pieces are created, many never to meet the public eye. Some of these artists are supported by another kind... 

A Walk Through Artist Alley: Interviews from C2E2

A Walk Through Artist Alley: Interviews from C2E2
March 18th marked the second annual Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo, or C2E2. Hosted at McCormick Place, the event spanned multiple floors and was filled with goings-on: speed dating, celebrity meet and greets, quidditch matches, and costume contests. My brother Zachary and I ignored these distractions, and spent most of our time walking the spacious aisles of the artist alley, which featured... 

Panel Discussion: Meet Jeremy Sorese

Panel Discussion: Meet Jeremy Sorese
Knowing an artist personally and over a long period of time is rewarding.  Having met Jeremy Sorese, a comic artist and illustrator, in college, I have had the pleasure to watch his work change and grow.  In Sorese’s art there is a tension between a commitment to readability and a love of detail and abstraction.  It is his strong sense of organization that allows Sorese to fill his panels... 
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