When I read http://erikamoen.tumblr.com/post/36621944757/want-to-show-the-world-you-stand-with-planned I knew I had to support it, and wanted Amanda’s face, as it was going to be a gift for her.
I was going to post a photo of hers here, but then I saw that Erika had posted all of them. And they made me happy. So you can find Amanda’s yourself…
(Bigger version here.)
Oh… oh golly :)
This was my project to raise funds for Planned Parenthood by drawing people’s portraits into my limited edition silkscreened prints.
Together, my commissioners and I raised and donated $855 ($1,080 when you consider some of the donations got doubled thanks to anonymous donors). You can read about creating the project here, the finished portraits here and donating the money here.
The coloring of the prints didn’t actually change in real life, but I had to use several different scanners to scan in each one and I’m not good enough at Photoshop to get them all back to the exact same hue /:)
My first interview from Strip Search, the first reality TV show about cartoonists.
Video of STRIP SEARCH’s first interview with @ErikaMoen.
Hey guys! I’ve got a handful of #NerdNightOut posters that are looking for a good home!
For a limited time you can buy a poster for $10 ooooooooorrrrrr buy ANY print and get a copy of the poster for free until November 16th or while supplies last.
Top row: #NerdNightOut Poster, Sexy Times Poster, Artichoke Field Screenprint.
Middle row, Silver Jellyfish screenprint, Girl and Crab screenprint, DAR! print
Bottom Row: Saints of Sex Toys, Three Venuses
And todaaaaay is the last day to get a free #NerdNightOut poster with any print order from my shop!
A NSFW comic from @erikamoen:
I’m so excited that I can finally share my new comic with you guys! Many, many thanks to Dwam for correcting my original (hilariously bad) translation and turning it into something readable in French.
Projet 17 mai contacted me several months ago about creating a comic on the theme of homophobia, and though it is definitely something I’ve experienced (being denied service in shops, having people throw garbage, being followed by howling gangs of men, etc. just for holding my girlfriend’s hand), I actually have been more hurt and upset by the biphobia I’ve experienced from the LGBT “community” for falling in love with and marrying a cisgender man. Even bisexuals have been needlessly mean because I feel the term “queer” is a better fit for me instead of “bi” (it’s totally cool if “bisexual” is the term that works for you!! It’s just not the one for me).
Basically, the Identity Police have been very hurtful to me (and others who are attracted to multiple genders), so that’s what I did my comic on.
If you can read French, go ahead and read the whole comic, or wait another couple days for me to get the English version uploaded on my site.
@erikamoen has an octopus screen print
Oh my goodness, out of the 16 screen prints I made and yesterday put up for sale, I only have two left today!
Limited edition of 16 hand-pulled screen prints by Erika Moen.
10” x 10”, silver ink on indigo blue 98lb, acid free, Canson paper
The edition number, title, year, and artist’s signature is hand written down in peach colored pencil along a bottom edge of each print.
Would you like to own one of the final two? Then click’a right here’a.
Portrait of the Tentacle Headed Lady
Mixed media glued to a wooden panel. It’s difficult to tell from this scan, but the image actually is somewhat three-dimensional, the figure physically is raised quite a bit above the background. Plus, there’s lots of shiny stuff that glows in the light.
Erika Moen starts off this sketch wave with WONDERELLA! We love this comic!
Also if you haven’t jumped on board yet, go read Erika’s and Jeff Parker’s new webcomic BUCKO.
The goal was to depict every sexual act they could imagine (minus pooping and vomiting, though no disrespect is intended. They just didn’t wanna draw that). They started at opposite corners and would draw until ready to switch places. When it came time to ink, they fill up an entire section, regardless of whose pencil lines they were going over. Their styles meshed naturally and the result is a seamless sea of happy people gettin’ it on.
For this second printing, I re-colored the poster to the sorbet tones you see above and have printed only 55 Giclée prints, measuring 36″ × 24”. The first printing sold out almost instantaneously, so here is a second chance for all you perverts who missed out the first time around.