Description The raw ingredients of the lunchbox start on the bottom left side, and are processed through machinery and boilers into sheet metal; then they are stamped out at the top of the building, the handles are attached, paint is applied, quality inspections are performed, safety testing occurs, and finally the finished products go on display in the showroom at the bottom right.
Genevieve Shapiro, Boston, MA, USA Member Since March 2007 Artist Statement I'm a 6-foot-tall illustrator, cartoonist, and painter.
My first cartoon strip ran in the Quaker music-camp newsletter i attended, and from there i graduated to doodling in the margins of my algebra textbook and on my jeans, which was the springboard to selling airbrushed clothing for a few years in farmers' markets and at malls, and now my cartoons run in the Foreign Service journal, and embassy newsletters. You can see my cartoons and read my comic novellas for free at gentoons.com and at many other sites around the web. I also design CD covers for ZBS.org which is one place that knows how to show your ears a good time. check 'em out if you like radio plays and topnotch storytelling!
Illustrations and paintings, now...i have an idee fixe with cities and factories. i love tiny little detailed illustrations of gizmos and thingamajigs. How are doughnuts and bras and cars made? how many kitchen fairies are hard at work with us while we make dinner? the insides and outsides of our lives are a kaleidoscope of color and shape and humor. let me show you.
Any questions? Send 'em to genevieve dot shapiro at gmail dot com.