Some of the process behind the Seeks Series Project
Issue 1 is finished ! I am working on an online set-up that is easier to read, but meanwhile you can see the digital version here.
Thank you everyone -- I can't wait to have the printed one in my hands.
p.s. there is now a Facebook event for the Friday June 1 Artist Talk and Reception
And if you can't make that, we are hosting Open House Events that Tuesday-Thursday 5/29 - 5/31 as well.
I'm so close to finishing the first issue! This has been an intense project with a huge learning curve. I'll be talking about the process and my experience as the Friend in Washington at the event on June 1 at the Quaker Welcome Center-- hope you can come! There will also be an opportunity to tune in.
This is one of my favorite panels:
Excerpt from Issue 1: Climate Disruption
Save the Date!
Please come to my Artist Talk and Reception for the Seeks Series on June 1.
Reception: 5:30pm - 8pm, Friday June 1
Artist Talk: 6:30pm
The Quaker Welcome Center at FCNL
245 E. Second St NE
Washington, DC 20002
We will also be hosting open house events the last week of May from 5-7PM, if you can't make the artist talk. Details soon.
I'm working on digitizing the panels for the first issue. I draw everything by hand first, then scan and edit the images in Photoshop.
The first printing of Issue 1 is due out the first week of May!
p.s. If you're on Instagram, check out the hashtag #SeeksSeries to see more behind the scenes posts!
Check out the cover design for Issue 1: Climate Disruption !
Storyboard is sketched and I'm working on the final drawings for the panels this week. I'm feeling super energized by the feedback I've gotten so far, can't wait to share more.
Making progress with the storyboard.
J discusses their upcoming lobby visit over coffee with their friend So.
The protagonist of the Seeks Series is none other than J. Seeks-- inspired and based loosely on the artist herself.
J identifies as gender non-conforming and uses they/their pronouns.
When we meet J, they have been passionate about environmental action for years but have never considered communicating directly with their members of Congress about it. Why should they?