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Art Holes: Autumn Crossman-Serb

Category: Art Holes, Issue 76, News

Art holes is a column where artists diagram their work spaces. This issue, illustrator and graphic novelist Autumn Crossman-Serb gives us a look. This is an illustration of all the places I draw: my bed, my couch, and basically every coffee shop Winnipeg has. Autumn Crossman-Serb is an illustrator/graphic novelist based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She […]

Art Holes: Adam Waito

Art holes is a column where artists diagram their work spaces. This issue, artist Adam Waito gives us a look. Adam says, “I like to have one screen keeping the distractible part of my brain occupied; I’ll rewatch The X-Files or slow-moving horror movies. On the other monitor I’ll have my reference images or a […]

Art Holes: Andrea Lukic

Art holes is a column where artists diagram their work spaces. This issue, artist Andrea Lukic gives us a look. Click on the image below for a larger view.  

Art Holes: A look inside Ginette Lapalme’s cat-filled Chinatown home studio

Art holes is a column where artists diagram their work spaces. This issue, we look at Ginette Lapalme’s small cluttered Chinatown home/studio shared by two cats. Click the image for a larger version!   Ginette Lapalme is a Toronto-based illustrator and artist. Lapalme is a graduate of the storied OCADU Illustration program, and is one […]