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Profile: David Steinlicht—Crop Art Time

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Just Add Ink: A Comic Cook Book

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A Video Peek at the 2010 State Fair Sketchout Just To Get You in the Mood

The multi-talented David Steinlicht created a video of the 2010 Minnesota State Fair Sketch Out. It's up on YouTube now. If the embedded video doesn't work above, then go here to view it on YouTube. Think about joining us for the Third Annual Minnesota State Fair Sketch Out on August 27, 2011. (See the link […]

The Minnesota Journal Project 2000—Ten-Year Reunion

Above: some of the journals from the Minnesota Journal Project 2000, sitting outside their custom boxes at the Minnesota Historical Society for the ten-year reunion. That’s Roberta Avidor’s journal down front with a self-portrait of herself sketching. Click on an image to view an enlargement. As 1999 drew to a close Linda Koutsky, Mark Odegard, […]

Olga the Boston Terrier

A few minutes with a lovely, lovely dog.

David Steinlicht’s Comics Display: Note the Date Change

Correction to the start of the show!


Profile Friday: David Steinlicht’s Winter-themed Comics on Display!

Information about David Steinlicht’s book signing and exhibit.


Profile Friday: James Jean

Links to James Jean’s stunning journals and artwork.

Cornered!: David Steinlicht’s Book Signing

David Steinlicht’s booksigning Saturday, 4 to 6 p.m. at Big Brain Comics!


The 24-hour Comic Day in Minneapolis


Above: David Steinlicht and Zander Cannon work on their comics in the gallery space at MCBA. (David is doing a 24-page in 24 hours; Zander is doing a 12-page in 12 hours.) Click on the image to view an enlargement. It's only 7 p.m. on Saturday. Look closely at the Pictionary box. I have more to say about that!

On Saturday night a friend and I stopped in to see David Steinlicht at the 24 hour Comic Day being held at MCBA. (Be sure to check out the other links on David's site—to his own comics All Small and In This Corner, as well as other related sites of interest.)

To read more about this event and follow the updates see the 24-hour comic blog and scroll back to Oct. 2's first post to read events in order, see portraits of the comic artists at various hour milestones, etc. (You can also go to this post and then click on newer posts to read in chronological order. To read about the national event go here.
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