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This week's guest is a real treat for me. Sean Mack is an illustrator and graphic artist in Detroit, and I first ran across his work around a decade or so ago on Tumblr. His work has really taken off since then, so having him on to talk about his journey as an artist was a lot of fun.
We started off talking about his recent work on a commemorative comic for the late hip-hop artist MF DOOM, and Sean went into how he and writer Brandon Howard came up with their popular comic The Revolutionary Times. We also talked about balancing his art while working a 9-to-5 job, working with big clients, and creating new work through the pandemic. If you've never heard of Sean or seen his art, then this interview is a great place to start!
- Sean Mack's Website
- Sean Mack on Instagram
- Sean Mack on Twitter
- The Revolutionary Times
- The Revolutionary Times on Instagram
- The Revolutionary Times on Twitter
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