Tim Bird - Hip Priest

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Tim Bird is  a cartoonist living in South London who has published a number of comics through Avery Hill Publishing as well as creating self-published zines and contributing work to a diverse range of anthologies. Among Tim's many projects is an anthology called Rock & Pop which was a huge inspiration for Prole Art Threat.

You can follow Tim on Twitter here - 
twitter.com/T_J_Bird

And you can see more of his work at - 
timothybird.co.uk

Liam Barrett - MES Banner

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Liam works, lectures and lives in Cardiff, Wales and is always happy to hear about projects, commissions, exhibitions and collaborations.
He has worked for clients that include The New York Times, No Brow Press and Flying Eye Books and exhibited in places like Character Walk in Berlin, HERE Gallery in Bristol and Somerset House in London.

You can find him on Twitter here - 
twitter.com/BarrettLiam

And you can see more of his work at -
liambarrett.co.uk

Mat Greaves - Psycho Mafia

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Mat Greaves is  an animator, illustrator & cartoonist based in Manchester who has worked on animated series productions for Disney, Nickelodeon and Cartoonito, as well as freelance for clients such as BBC Worldwide & Manchester City Council.

You can follow him on Twitter here - 
twitter.com/MatGreaves

And you can see more of his work at -
matgreaves.com

Gareth Davis - Eat Y'self Fitter

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Nottingham-born artist Gareth Davis explores – and delights in – the insurmountable chasm between art and writing.  He has exhibited locally in the West Midlands, and has supplied graphic design for DaDaFestBlue Orange Theatre and The Old Joint Stock.

You can find more of his work at - 
grumpusart.wordpress.com

Roman Muradov - The Man Whose Head Expanded

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Roman Muradov is a comic creator and illustrator whose work has appeared in Vogue, The New Yorker and The Paris Review.

You can out more about his work here - 
bluebed.net/about

He can be found on Twitter here - 
twitter.com/@bluebed

And you can buy his Fall prints here - 
blackdragonpress.co.uk/products/songs-of-the-fall-set

Davey Jones - Lottie Learns How...To Be In The Fall

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Davey Jones grew up in Wales and began working for Viz as a cartoonist in 1986.

For more work from Davey and the rest of the Viz cartoonists have a look at - 
viz.co.uk

You can follow Davey on Twitter at - 
twitter.com/DHBJones

And you can follow Viz on Twitter at - 
twitter.com/vizcomic

 

Henry Miller - The Aphid (a preview)

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Henry Miller is previous contributor to PAT with his entry, Groundsboy, among our earliest posts. You can see that here - 
holdfastnetwork.com/prole-art-threat/24/1/2018/henry-miller-groundsboy

His most recent work is a response to the recent death of Mark E Smith and a lifetime listening to The Fall and will debut at ELCAF 2018 on the 23rd and 24th of June.

Keep an eye on millertown.co.uk for news on when The Aphid will be available to order directly from Henry or be stocked in a shop near you.

Steve Lillie - City Hobgoblins

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Steve Lillie is an Illustrator from England.

You can find more of his work at -
stevelillie.biz

And you can follow him on Twitter at - 
twitter.com/SteveArtyPerson

Marc Bell - I'm Into C.B.

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Marc Bell is a Canadian cartoonist and artist. He was initially known for creating comic strips , but he has also created several exhibitions of his mixed media work and watercoloured drawings.

You can find out more about Marc at - 
marcbelldept.com

Stanley Miller - Bremen Nacht

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Stanley Miller is one half of the Miller Town collective, along with his dad Henry.
Their work includes worm adventures, fervant nut worship, Jeremy Corbyn, wizards, and 6 Music genius Gideon Coe. They also draw pictures of Jim Bowen and grids amongst others things.

You can see more of Stanley's work here - 
millertown.co.uk

And you can follow his work on Twitter here - 
twitter.com/pidgeonflakes

Paul Ashley Brown - He Is Not Appreciated

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Paul Ashley Brown is a comic creator from Bristol, England. Since 2008 he has been self-publishing the zine Browner-Knowle, a collection of his short narrative drawings and comic-strips, as well as other one-off titles. His work has featured in publications The Illustrated Ape, Strike! , Publish YOU!, The Comix Reader, The Affordable Amazement Catalogue, Indestructible Energy, Workburger, Stripburger, and Colour Me BAD !  

You can find out more about his work at - 
paulashleybrown.co.uk

And you can follow him on instagram at - 
instagram.com/paulashleybrown

 

Paco Alcazar - Mark E. Smith

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Paco Alcazar is a freelance illustrator and comic artist based in Madrid, Spain.
Since the early 2000's he's been doing commercial and editorial art for companies and magazines like Rockdelux, El País Semanal, O Magazine, Estrella Galicia, Orgullo y Satisfacción, Libros del Silencio, VICE, Casa de América, Cinemanía, La Revista de los 40, Subterfuge and Vidas de Papel and as a graphic novelist he's published several books and compilations of his work with Random House, Astiberri, ¡Caramba! and Diabolo.

You can see more of his work here - 
pacoalcazar.portfoliobox.net

And you can find him on Twitter here - 
twitter.com/pacoalczr

Roman Muradov - Athlete Cured

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Roman Muradov is a comic creator and illustrator whose work has appeared in Vogue, The New Yorker and The Paris Review.

You can out more about his work here - 
bluebed.net/about

He can be found on Twitter here - 
twitter.com/@bluebed

And you can buy his Fall prints here - 
blackdragonpress.co.uk/products/songs-of-the-fall-set

Lord Hurk - A New Face In Hell

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Lord Hurk is a comic-maker and graphic artist based in his hometown of Dartford, UK and has been involved in the underground comics and small press scene in London, self-publishing comics and picture-books since the turn of the century.
He co-founded the small press and comics collective 'Fancy Butcher' in 2008 and has been a regular contributor to various anthologies, magazines and books in the UK, Mainland Europe and the USA.

You can find more of his work here -
lordhurk.com

He can be found on Twitter here - 
twitter.com/lordhurk

And you can find him on Instagram here - 
instagram.com/lordhurk

8bitnortherner - The Complete Fall

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Michelle is a cross-stitcher who designs and hand stitches all of her pieces, which represent the people and pop culture she loves to her core, Bowie, The Fall, New Order, Elsie Tanner, Ronnie Barker among them, and also likes to listen to or watch the subject matter while she's stitching them. 
 

You can buy a print of this piece here -
etsy.com/uk/listing/484751960/pre-order-complete-fall-a4-print?ref=shop_home_active_1

And you can see the full range of items available here - 
etsy.com/uk/shop/8bitnorthxstitch

To keep up with new designs and projects you can follow Michelle on Twitter here - 
twitter.com/8bitnortherner

Henry Miller - Groundsboy

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Henry Miller is one half of the Miller Town collective, along with his son Stanley.
Their work includes worm adventures, fervant nut worship, Jeremy Corbyn, wizards, and 6 Music genius Gideon Coe. They also draw pictures of Jim Bowen and grids amongst others things.

You can see more of Henry's work here - 
millertown.co.uk

And you can follow his work on Twitter here - 
twitter.com/millertown1

Jeffrey Lewis - 100 Fall Songs

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Jeffrey Lewis is a comic book writer/artist and a musician.  His band has a multi-faceted existence, exploring a stylistic swath from contemplative folk narratives to distortion-fueled garage rock to soundscape abstractions and more, usually all within any given ten-minute period. Jeffrey has been self-publishing a comic book series called "Fuff" since 2004, has lectured around the world on topics such as the Watchmen comic book and independently produced music, and in recent years his work has been featured by the History Channel, the New York Times, the Guardian, NPR, and elsewhere.
This image is an 11-inch by 17-inch full-color illustration by Jeffrey, depicting visual interpretations of 100 songs by The Fall.  In fact, there are 112 songs represented in this drawing, including selections from every Fall album from 1978-2015.  Each copy comes with a separate "answer key" page listing all the song titles findable in the art, so finding the song-titles in the illustration can be a fun activity whether one is familiar with the original songs or not.


Copies of this image can be bought here - 
the-jeffrey-lightning-lewis-store.myshopify.com/products/the-fall-100-songs-poster

For more information on Jeffrey and his work have a look here - 
thejeffreylewissite.com/index.html

And you can follow him on Twitter here - 
twitter.com/jeffreylewisand

Paco Alcazar - Mark E. Smith

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Paco Alcazar is a freelance illustrator and comic artist based in Madrid, Spain.
Since the early 2000's he's been doing commercial and editorial art for companies and magazines like Rockdelux, El País Semanal, O Magazine, Estrella Galicia, Orgullo y Satisfacción, Libros del Silencio, VICE, Casa de América, Cinemanía, La Revista de los 40, Subterfuge and Vidas de Papel and as a graphic novelist he's published several books and compilations of his work with Random House, Astiberri, ¡Caramba! and Diabolo.

You can see more of his work here - 
pacoalcazar.portfoliobox.net

And you can find him on Twitter here - 
twitter.com/pacoalczr