Ow, my nose
Camilla d’Errico is a product of her split heritage, Italian and Canadian rolled into one: Italian fiestiness, Canadian politeness, and an early addiction to Saturday morning cartoons, comics and manga. Growing up she was more often doodling sexy damsels and dragons on her textbooks than reading them. In 1998 when Camilla first attended her first San Diego Comic Con she realised that a 9–5 day job would kill her and this was what she wanted to do. Thanks to her relentless energy, dedication, and just enough sleep deprivation, she has followed her dream of working creatively for a living.
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Berlin based French artist Matthieu Bourel is obsessed with the power of images and their combinations. In Collage, he likes to watch every picture as the point of departure for a story to evoke an imaginative history or to inspire the nostalgia. This obsession of collecting disparate images from books, old magazines and other found material becomes a part of the emerging image as the mark-making. Those emergent narrative symbols seem to be charged with a familiar yet distant emotion.
Æon Flux (1991)
So, is two-facery just something you like to do as a hobby, or are you thinking of going pro?
Because you’re so good at it.
This is me on a daily basis