David Malki, creator of WONDERMARK, contributed a page to issue 9 (V2) of The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl (if you’re not reading it, you really should be). In the post linked below, he details the process he used in creating the piece. Malki does a great job showing the work that he puts into creating a collage, and how invisible that labor can be. Computer technology has done a lot to make the creative process seem easy. Seeing the steps and care that a hard working artists puts into their pieces is important to show how much thought and practice making art takes.

David Malki process for Collage in Unbeatable Squirrel Girl 9


About OneWordLong

I'm a storytelling artist and writer. I make collage, transmedia art projects, write essays and cultural analysis. In addition to onewordlong.com I also co-curate FLIMSpringfield.net
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