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dana wulfekotte: NYC-based animator, illustrator, & comic artist. I draw lead paint comics.

portfolio site: danawulfekotte.com

email: dana.wulfekotte[at]gmail[dot]com

twitter.com/danawulf:

    aetalla asked: Are those gorgeous rabbits based off creatures that you actually own as pets?


    Answer:

    Yes! here are some real photos of them:

    — 1 week ago with 6 notes
    Chewy wasn’t feeling well the other morning and I think Woodstock enjoyed not having to share the food.

    Chewy wasn’t feeling well the other morning and I think Woodstock enjoyed not having to share the food.

    — 1 week ago with 14 notes
    #rabbits  #woodstock  #chewy  #bunnies  #house rabbits  #illustration  #artists on tumblr  #pencil 
    I forgot to post this illustration from my friends’ wedding back in March. A brief explanation: the costumes are from childhood photos, the groom loves dim sum, and the bride loves succulents (as well as giving people the finger).

    I forgot to post this illustration from my friends’ wedding back in March. A brief explanation: the costumes are from childhood photos, the groom loves dim sum, and the bride loves succulents (as well as giving people the finger).

    — 1 week ago with 2 notes
    #illustration  #dim sum  #succulents  #wedding 
    Dana Wulfekotte | Society6 →

    Finally updated my Society6 store with a bunch of dog prints! 

    — 1 week ago with 1 note
    #society6  #store update 
    New dog diary! My neighbor has an afghan hound and it’s a very weird looking dog. 

    New dog diary! My neighbor has an afghan hound and it’s a very weird looking dog. 

    — 2 weeks ago with 8 notes
    #dog diary  #nyc dog diary  #nyc dogs  #illustration  #artists on tumblr  #afghan hound 
    quietsnooze:

"Where is Home?" is a comic and illustration anthology I launched early this summer on Kickstarter. We successfully smashed through our goal of $4k, which is huge for a relatively unknown collection of artists who attempted something like this for the first time!
Well, we enjoyed the experience so much the first time that we’re going to attempt it again! Volume 2 of “Where is Home?” will launch next summer, should we garner enough interest and enthusiasm for the project a second time around. And we want a much larger volume this time around! We hit 60 pages for our first volume, but I want to hit 100. Maybe 120!! Who knows!
We had over 80 artists apply for volume 2, which completely floored me! So many passionate and talented artists poured in to make their mark, and it was an extremely difficult decision to narrow them down to the 30 I had originally planned for. So I pushed my comfort number to 38! And I’m pleased to introduce them to you now!
COMIC ARTISTS
Amanda Martin
Margo Adams
Kelly Bastow
Tara Abbamondi
Mike Matola
Laura Neubert
Emily Cheeseman
Jessica Kate Leslau
Adriana Blake
Cami Woodruff
Karen Wood
Penny 
Marie-Anne Dupont
Julie Pawlik
And silly me
ILLUSTRATION ARTISTS 
Mildred Louis
Kate Sheridan
Elizabeth Stifel
Mike Amante
Zuza Jarota
Janet Sung
Dana Wulfekotte
Kate Carleton
Alisa Bishop
Katy Farina
Pam Wishbow
Blythe Russo
Nicole Batislaong
Nicole Gagnon
Jenny Xu
Jen Muir
Pierre Pecoraro
Jana Heidersdorf
Nicole Fieger
Ryan Deane
Sarah Simes
Seema Virdi
Luciana Ferreira
It’s going to be an absolutely FANTASTIC publication, and I’m super thrilled to be heading it!! I hope you’ll be there in May to support our kickstarter campaign to springboard this book into print!

Very excited to be a part of this!  

    quietsnooze:

    "Where is Home?" is a comic and illustration anthology I launched early this summer on Kickstarter. We successfully smashed through our goal of $4k, which is huge for a relatively unknown collection of artists who attempted something like this for the first time!

    Well, we enjoyed the experience so much the first time that we’re going to attempt it again! Volume 2 of “Where is Home?” will launch next summer, should we garner enough interest and enthusiasm for the project a second time around.

    And we want a much larger volume this time around! We hit 60 pages for our first volume, but I want to hit 100. Maybe 120!! Who knows!

    We had over 80 artists apply for volume 2, which completely floored me! So many passionate and talented artists poured in to make their mark, and it was an extremely difficult decision to narrow them down to the 30 I had originally planned for. So I pushed my comfort number to 38! And I’m pleased to introduce them to you now!

    COMIC ARTISTS

    ILLUSTRATION ARTISTS

    It’s going to be an absolutely FANTASTIC publication, and I’m super thrilled to be heading it!! I hope you’ll be there in May to support our kickstarter campaign to springboard this book into print!

    Very excited to be a part of this!  

    — 3 weeks ago with 143 notes
    #where is home  #anthology 
    We saw a pigeon on the beach that seemed like it was looking around for something, so I made this comic about it. This might be less funny out of context but it still makes me laugh.
(concept & dialogue by Sean McCarthy)

    We saw a pigeon on the beach that seemed like it was looking around for something, so I made this comic about it. This might be less funny out of context but it still makes me laugh.

    (concept & dialogue by Sean McCarthy)

    — 1 month ago with 90 notes
    #comics  #pigeon  #beach  #illustration