Self Portrait with Chao. Watercolor, 2014.

Self Portrait with Chao. Watercolor, 2014.

comicsworkbook:

Comics Workbook Magazine #3 is now available from Copacetic Comics.
This issue features Dash Shaw in conversation with Frank Santoro at SPX 2013 (transcribed by Andrew White), essays on Nancy by Dorothy Berry, interviews with Annie Mok and Ed Luce by Zach Mason, an essay on the comics of Marissa Paternoster by Brandon Soderberg, and Laura Knetzger's essay on sexual assault themes in comics. The cover was drawn by Dash Shaw.

comicsworkbook:

Comics Workbook Magazine #3 is now available from Copacetic Comics.

This issue features Dash Shaw in conversation with Frank Santoro at SPX 2013 (transcribed by Andrew White), essays on Nancy by Dorothy Berry, interviews with Annie Mok and Ed Luce by Zach Mason, an essay on the comics of Marissa Paternoster by Brandon Soderberg, and Laura Knetzger's essay on sexual assault themes in comics. The cover was drawn by Dash Shaw.

kevinczap:

Official!PUPPYTEETH 4 Various Artists Czap Books 6x9 SC, 56 Pages $12 A collection of short comics - Jenn Lisa surprises a hiker with the responsibility for taking care of an infant who appears out of thin air. Cassie and Dee, the talking horse decor, stew in anxious tension as their plans to escape Applebee’s start to unravel, as told by Jess Wheelock. Through the eyes of a conceited princess, Paula Almeida shows us fragments of the bloody imperial war being waged against the horned inhabitants of a “New World.” Laura Knetzger fantasizes about the breakdown of modern society and being able to start life over as if in a Miyazaki movie. Jon Gott presents a series of cryptic and conspiratorial documents tied to Cleveland bridges.
PUPPYTEETH 4 will debut at the Toronto Comics Arts Festival on May 10th and 11th, 2014.

kevinczap:

Official!
PUPPYTEETH 4
Various Artists
Czap Books
6x9 SC, 56 Pages
$12
A collection of short comics - Jenn Lisa surprises a hiker with the responsibility for taking care of an infant who appears out of thin air. Cassie and Dee, the talking horse decor, stew in anxious tension as their plans to escape Applebee’s start to unravel, as told by Jess Wheelock. Through the eyes of a conceited princess, Paula Almeida shows us fragments of the bloody imperial war being waged against the horned inhabitants of a “New World.” Laura Knetzger fantasizes about the breakdown of modern society and being able to start life over as if in a Miyazaki movie. Jon Gott presents a series of cryptic and conspiratorial documents tied to Cleveland bridges.

PUPPYTEETH 4 will debut at the Toronto Comics Arts Festival on May 10th and 11th, 2014.

The Hobbit.

I’m updating my Mean Cartoon Boy Crush files…

I’m updating my Mean Cartoon Boy Crush files…

kochalka:

Glorkian Warrior ”fan art” by Laura Knetzger!  Get the game, now on iPhone & iPad.

I made a Glork!

kochalka:

Glorkian Warrior ”fan art” by Laura Knetzger!  Get the game, now on iPhone & iPad.

I made a Glork!

emetbrooklyn:

10/4/13
Poster by Laura Knetzger.
https://www.facebook.com/events/448502655269647/

There’s a tumblr for all the posters/shows at the venue my friends run. I made this poster and I want to make more of them.

emetbrooklyn:

10/4/13

Poster by Laura Knetzger.

https://www.facebook.com/events/448502655269647/

There’s a tumblr for all the posters/shows at the venue my friends run. I made this poster and I want to make more of them.

Thinking about all ages stories lately:

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Me and my ghost cat.

Me and my ghost cat.

My entry for the Creepy Thread book, edited by Jensine Eckwall and Peter Schmidt. I illustrated a possible outcome of One Person Hide and Seek, a rumored ritual to animate a doll and play a dangerous chasing game with it. This particular doll is wearing a swimsuit based on the first one ever available for Barbie. 

My entry for the Creepy Thread book, edited by Jensine Eckwall and Peter Schmidt. I illustrated a possible outcome of One Person Hide and Seek, a rumored ritual to animate a doll and play a dangerous chasing game with it. This particular doll is wearing a swimsuit based on the first one ever available for Barbie. 

Accent theme by Handsome Code

Drawings, Illustration, and Comics by Laura Knetzger.
I live in New York but I hail from Seattle.
Contact me: lauraknetz@yahoo.com
Twitter: @Rhinob

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