DEWEY GUYEN
Dewey Guyen, currently living in Sherbrooke(QC), is an autodidact illustrator and comic book artist, born April 17th, 1992. Published by Le Dernier Cri, SSE Project, Kuš!, United Dead Artists,The Believer, Timeless Editions & more...
Business: comix_strip@hotmail.com
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
girlmountain:

still selling original LIFE ZONE pages. i will NEVER stop my trashy e-begging. check out the sale HERE. support my US tour with patrick kyle and michael deforge. you will be DIRECTLY supplying us with karaoke and alcohol.

girlmountain:

still selling original LIFE ZONE pages. i will NEVER stop my trashy e-begging. check out the sale HERE. support my US tour with patrick kyle and michael deforge. you will be DIRECTLY supplying us with karaoke and alcohol.

Monday, August 25, 2014
Sunday, August 24, 2014

Work in progress…
The owls are not what they seem?

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Josep Baqué (1895-1967)Josep Baqué was born in Barcelona in the late19th century. He was a municipal police officer and during his lifetime never declared himself as an artist. Since early 1930s and for the following decades he produced more than 1500 drawings of “monsters, wonders and rare events” made in ink and gouache on paper, some embellished with gold and silver. He created army of imaginary creatures, strange and unusual, mixing human and animal traits or characteristics of different types (cats, primitive men, bats and insects, giant spiders, snakes, snails, octopus, cuttlefish, seafood, fowl, fish…) Baqué died in 1967 and left his niece, his sole heir, his fantastic bestiary isolated away from light for nearly 40 years. 

Josep Baqué (1895-1967)

Josep Baqué was born in Barcelona in the late19th century. He was a municipal police officer and during his lifetime never declared himself as an artist. Since early 1930s and for the following decades he produced more than 1500 drawings of “monsters, wonders and rare events” made in ink and gouache on paper, some embellished with gold and silver. He created army of imaginary creatures, strange and unusual, mixing human and animal traits or characteristics of different types (cats, primitive men, bats and insects, giant spiders, snakes, snails, octopus, cuttlefish, seafood, fowl, fish…) Baqué died in 1967 and left his niece, his sole heir, his fantastic bestiary isolated away from light for nearly 40 years. 

Sunday, August 17, 2014
Ah qu’c’est n’importe quoi, désolé.

Ah qu’c’est n’importe quoi, désolé.

Monday, August 11, 2014
alexanderheir:

Beserktown Fest this weekend in LA! Tons of good bands! Buy tickets here.

alexanderheir:

Beserktown Fest this weekend in LA! Tons of good bands! Buy tickets here.

Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Here is a work in progress of the mural I was doing this weekend. It is my first time experimenting with spray cans, I am doing the colors part with it and then I am inking the outlines with a big brush and black ink.

Here is a work in progress of the mural I was doing this weekend. It is my first time experimenting with spray cans, I am doing the colors part with it and then I am inking the outlines with a big brush and black ink.

Monday, August 4, 2014
Me working on a mural, with Harry Villeneuve and Vedran Amidzic, this weekend for Urban Art festival Amalgam downtown Sherbrooke(Qc). I’ll post pictures of that mural as soon as we’re completely done with it. It was my first time experimenting with spray cans and I think it’s a great medium, but heck, it demands a lot more energy than my usual routine of just sitting on my lazy ass at my drawing table. It’s also a much more expensive medium, but it’s fun and all worth it. 

Picture by Diego Fontaine.

Me working on a mural, with Harry Villeneuve and Vedran Amidzic, this weekend for Urban Art festival Amalgam downtown Sherbrooke(Qc). I’ll post pictures of that mural as soon as we’re completely done with it. It was my first time experimenting with spray cans and I think it’s a great medium, but heck, it demands a lot more energy than my usual routine of just sitting on my lazy ass at my drawing table. It’s also a much more expensive medium, but it’s fun and all worth it. Picture by Diego Fontaine.

Thursday, July 10, 2014
Monday, July 7, 2014
Drawing this lady for a series of ”Angry Faces” for a zine…

Drawing this lady for a series of ”Angry Faces” for a zine…

Tuesday, July 1, 2014
 
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