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Meet Our Artists: Part II

Here's your chance to learn a little bit more about the amazing artists who donated their time and talent with specially curated illustrations for each story in Paper Darts Press' upcoming book, Get In If You Want To Live. Each week we'll highlight three artists from the book and give you a peek into their background and style.

Andres Guzman

Born in Lima, Peru, illustrator and designer Andres Guzman spent the majority of his life in Denver, Colorado, before moving to Minnesota where he graduated from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 2009. One of MCAD’s most prolific and successful alumni, Guzman’s clients include Mountain Dew, Nickelodeon, MTV and Rhymesayers Entertainment, and his work has appeared in Wired and CMYK, Front Magazine. Oh, and he also loves his kitty, Boo.

Don't miss his amazing blog.

 

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Carleyrae Weber

Born and raised in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, Carleyrae Weber has since made her home in Macerata, Italy, where she  teaches English and freelances as a graphic designer and illustrator. Weber graduated from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design in 2007 with a degree in painting. Her work has been featured in multiple Minnesapolis shows, artist blogs, and magazines, and has been commissioned for multiple private collections.

Continue loving on Carleyrae's work at Society6.

 

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Source: society6.com via Meghan on Pinterest

 

 

Terrence Payne

Terrence Payne has been filling Minneapolis with amazing art for over 15 years. His oil paintings have been shown at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Umber Studios, and the Jungle Theater, and he has been featured in Minnesota Monthly, City Pages, and the Star Tribune among others. In 2002, Payne founded the artist collective Rosalux Gallery in Northeast Minneapolis. As Gallery Director, Payne has helped over 60 artists involved with Rosalux showcase work and develop their careers.

Dream about purchasing an original Terrence Payne drawing at his home on Etsy.

 

 

 

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