SHOWS Glades and Ragged UnderwoodWhen Angie Wang was eight she made a mural on her wall out of snot, and that's when she knew she was artistic. She does occasional illustrations for The New Yorker, The New York Times, and Nylon Magazine, and her comic "Flower Mecha" will be featured in Best American Comics 2011. Her style is a mix of ukiyo-e, science fiction, and fashion illustration. Angie is currently working on a graphic novel adaptation of The Nutcracker. Angie lives in Portland, Oregon.
SHOWS Glades and Ragged UnderwoodJulia Gfrörer is an artist and printer who lives in Portland, Oregon. Her comic books include Mundane Grimoire, Too Dark to See, the series Ariadne auf Naxos, and Flesh and Bone, which was nominated for an Ignatz Award in 2010, and included in 2011's Best American Comics anthology. She has long red hair, likes to cry, and drinks a lot of tea.
SHOWS Year of the Dragon,Glades and Ragged UnderwoodBorn in NY, raised in Taiwan, and lived in Portland, OR for the last 12 years, Vivian Chen takes inspiration from a wide variety of cultures and people, with very different styles and ideas – from graffiti to manga to fine art, she is mesmerized by anything and everything beautiful and intriguing, and believes that inspirations come from absolutely everywhere when you are welling to look with openness and freedom of imagination.