VOTE for next year’s featured artist!

Here are the featured artist nominees for next year‘s comic art show. They are all awesome, and I wish they could all win, but…well, we have to choose just one. Voting will take place on the conspiracy message board. The poll will be open for 7 days.

Please only vote if you intend to participate in the project. Note that you do NOT have to be a resident of Minnesota to submit work to the 2013 project.

NOMINEES:

Britt Sabo
Bsabo.com
Xeric-winning cartoonist!

From her website:
“After graduating from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) in 2007, she went on to co-author and draw Francis Sharp in the Grip of the Uncanny! with her friend Anna Bratton. They were awarded a Xeric Grant in 2010 to publish this book, and are currently working on the next in the series.”

Dan Murphy
Murphycommadan.com
Musician and illustrator!

From Dan’s bio at Crowded Comics:
“His work has appeared in publications including the City Pages and The Rake. When he’s not drawing, he plays music in a few local bands, and acquires more books than he has shelves for.”

DWITT
Dwitt.com
He does rock posters!

From his website:
“Witt’s illustrations, paintings, and limited edition screen prints have been exhibited around the globe and reproduced in books and publications including The Art of Modern Rock, Gigposters Vol. 1, I Want Your Skull, German collective Bongout’s anthologies, and the series of graphic novels he’s illustrated for Lerner Publishing.

Gordon McAlpin
Multiplexcomic.com
Creator of Multiplex! Illustrator guru!

From the Multiplex website:
“Multiplex is an online comic about the movie-loving and customer-weary staff of your local movie theater. It is written and illustrated by Gordon McAlpin. It has been running continuously since July 2005, and serves over 60,000 unique visitors per month (or over half a million per month).

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http://www.cartoonistconspiracy.com/board/viewtopic.php?p=5495

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