Illustration

Illustration is a difficult field to break into, but we’re here to help. Read these posts by Pyragraph writers on their successes and failures they’ve encountered in their work.

Zahra Marwan, Burning the Anguish - Pyragraph

Circumstantially Free

Zahra Marwan

“Zahra, where is that from…oh, did you know that Iraq invaded Kuwait?” “Yes, I was there.” He asked what my thoughts about the Taliban were, twice.

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Planking - Cramyourspam - Pyragraph

The Numbers: Why I No Longer Show My Work

Jed Alexander

There will be no wine. There will be no cheese. Some of them will check it out of the library. Some of them will buy it at a flea market or a garage sale. Some of them will get is as a present from their grandparents. If that’s a compromise, I’m OK with that.

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Karsten Creightney,_4th of July Picnic - Pyragraph

What’s Your Deal, Karsten Creightney?

Pyragraph Staff

Trial and error is important. Re-contextualizing pieces of pictures into alternate realities can be a struggle. Scraps are, on some level, always scraps. I integrate them into the painting, yet something remains of their past lives. They speak of other pictures than mine.

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