Six artists to check out at ArtBreakers Illustration Market 2018

Art director/visual development artist Alexia Tryfon will be a guest at this year’s Arbreakers Illustrators Market. Art by Alexia Tryfon, ‘Saturday Morning Cartoons’.

Vancouver is fortunate to be home to many animation, gaming, and movie studios. That means we have a lot of artists who work at those studios and, in their off-time, create their own porjects.

Now in its second year, ArtBreakers Illustration Market is a two-day exhibit of work meant to highlight work by some of these artists. This year, over 40 illustrators, concept designers, comics artists and illustrators, many based in Vancouver, will attend. Many will debut and sell original prints, books, shirts, bags and enamel pins.

The Market takes place at the Heritage Hall, 3102 Main St., Sept. 22-23 and is open (and free) to the public. Here are a few of the more than 40 artists scheduled to attend.

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Six artists to check out at ArtBreakers Illustration Market 2018

Hot Art Wet City presents Process Colour

Process Colour

As art exhibit titles go, “Process Colour” is a little too technical to be alluring.

However, with work by local comics artists Tony Cliff, Rebecca Dart, Simon Roy, and Brandon Graham, the Hot Art Wet City Gallery show promises to be an exciting one for graphic arts fans.

Beginning this Wednesday (Aug 14) and running until Aug. 30, Hot Art Wet City Gallery (2206 Main Street) will exhibit this showcase the work of local independent comic creators. The work will be presented in various stages so as to offer glimpses into their artistic/production processes in getting from idea to finished product. There’s also an opening reception on Aug. 16 (Friday) at the gallery. Artists Rebecca Dart, Simon Roy, Tony Cliff and Brandon Graham will be in attendance. Continue reading:
Hot Art Wet City presents Process Colour