Danielle Corsetto signs on February 6th from 2-6pm at Paradise Comics.
Danielle Corsetto is the brains/boobs behind Girls With Slingshots, a slice-of-life comedy webcomic about two girls, a bar, and a talking cactus. Danielle now does GWS five times a week and strives to keep the comic subscription- and micropayment-free, paying for the domain & workload with donations and merchandise sales. She’s been a self-employed freelance cartoonist and illustrator since March 2005, and doesn’t plan on wearing a nametag/khakis/uniform ever again. She also wrote & drew The New Adventures of Bat Boy for the Weekly World News after Peter Bagge, until the mag went tits-up. Besides drawing comics (which she’s been doing since she was eight), Danielle likes to travel, camp out, hike, drink tea, sip girly drinks at the local bar, sew and photograph. She has two cats, a fish, and a Girl Scout troop.
Paradise Comics, 3278 Yonge St. Toronto, ON, Canada
Please join the Chuck Jones Galleries as we celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the world’s most dysfunctional family and welcome The Simpsons animator and artist Stephen Reis to our San Diego Gallery and our Santa Fe Gallery (via simultaneous podcast) on Saturday, February 13th from 4 to 7 PM (San Diego) & 5 to 8PM (Santa Fe) Meet the artist at our San Diego Gallery (232 Fifth Avenue San Diego, CA). And speak with the artist live via podcast at our Santa Fe Gallery (135 West. Palace Avenue, Santa Fe, CA).
RSVP by February 9
San Diego: 888-294-9880
Santa Fe: 800-290-5999
“Happy Hour” limited edition hand-painted cel art (one of several sold-out editions that will be on display and for sale at this exhibition.)
By special arrangement with Fox Studios, the Chuck Jones Galleries will premier original artwork from the 9th episode of the 12th season (original air date January 7, 2001) HOMÐ¯.
Contact your art consultant today for more details and to pre-view this exciting collection!
Mr. Reis will be dedicating artwork purchased at these events.