The second volume of the Anthology Project is making its way to press. For those of you unfamiliar with it, here’s the description from the website:
The Anthology Project collects the comics of artists unified by their delirious pursuit of compelling narrative and notable artistic work in the medium of sequential art. Its humble intent is only to delight.
The project showcases a multidisciplinary group of passionate artists from across Canada and the United States.
And here’s a list of contributors:
- Andres Schuster – http://www.mrschuster.com
- Aurélie Neyret – http://ecartez-vous-jarrive.blogspot.com
- Darren Rawlings – http://www.rawlsy.blogspot.com
- Edward Kwong – http://www.edkwong.com
- Emily Carroll – http://emcarroll.blogspot.com
- Florent Sacré – http://florent-sacre.blogspot.com
- Haylee Herrick – http://hayleeherrick.blogspot.com
- Jake Wyatt – http://www.jake-paperlife.blogspot.com
- James Walsh – http://jameswillie.blogspot.com
- Jed McGowan – http://www.jedmcgowan.com
- Jeffrey Thompson – http://www.jeffreythompson.blogspot.com
- Katie Shanahan – http://ktshy.blogspot.com
- Kim Smith – http://www.tuckedaway.com
- Marcelo Lelis – http://aqualelis.blogspot.com
- Matthew Goldman –
- Roman Muradov – http://www.bluebed.net
- Sam Bosma – http://sambosma.blogspot.com
- Thomas Wellmann – http://www.thomaswellmann.com
Can you spot the Canucks?
There’s some beautiful work in this volume by some really talented folks, largely gathered from the animation community. Go check out the samples here. You won’t be disappointed.
Their blog is also kickass. Lots of glimpses behind the various artists’ creative process.
Gots to get me a copy.
I’ve got the first one! It’s pretty good. Looks like a bunch of artists are back for Vol. 2. Looking forward to it!
Great work all around and great initiative!
Hopefully more creatives will band together and put out work rather than struggling independently.
A cord of three strands and all that.
I’ll definitely be keeping my eyes open for this!
Thanks for the kind words! When you get a copy of the book, let me know what you think 🙂