Free comics by animators in Toronto: Mosaik Project

By Mike Valiquette

A group of Toronto animation artists have banded together to put out an independent free magazine called The Mosaik Project.

It’s in most TTC and GO Train stations in Toronto as of this past Thursday, February 10th.

Here’s how they described themselves to me:

We are one of the few companies in Toronto putting out original creator-owned intellectual properties for the mainstream and are doing it all completely independently. We are powered by caffeine and enthusiasm mostly.   Some of us have worked for House of Cool Studios, CORE Digital Pictures (before their closure), March Entertainment, and De-Code Entertainment and this is our first independent venture.

http://mosaikproject.blogspot.com

If anyone’s seen a copy, we’d love to hear about it!

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4 Responses to “Free comics by animators in Toronto: Mosaik Project”

  1. That’s awesome! I gotta go out & find a copy!

    #15096
  2. BK

    I’ve found a copy and I’m not really impressed by it. Would the creator please get in touch with me, I have quite a few ideas for you.

    #15188
  3. Hey guys,

    If anyone did not get a chance to grab a physical copy of the first issue of the Mosaik Project on newsstands, the free pdf is now online. (You can get it from our blog: http://mosaikproject.blogspot.com

    We’re just getting started and we really need all the feedback we can get.

    Thanks,
    Exmachina7 Team

    #16256

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