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Sam Wallman is a unionist and cartoonist based on unceded Wurundjeri country. He is a member of the Workers Art Collective. You can follow his work here.

Amy Hill is a Melbourne-based artist who paints images of recurring shapes and geometric forms in unknown spaces: greyed arches on vacant plains, impossible shadows and absent mindscapes.

Matt Huynh is a Vietnamese-Australian artist based in New York City. His comics and illustrations are informed by sumi-e painting and shodo calligraphy.

Patrick Kyle is an artist and illustrator from Toronto Canada.

Marc Pearson is a cartoonist and illustrator from Melbourne.

Jo Waite is a Melbourne-based comic book artist and writer. Her work has appeared in The Tango Collection>/p> and has printed her own comics, zines and diaries since 1987.

Javed de Costa is a philosophy graduate, musician and activist based in Melbourne, on Boonwurrung land.

Angela Mitropoulos is a Sydney-based academic in culture and economy.

Mary Leunig is an Australian visual artist who has had work featured in many publications. Her new collection, her first in twenty-five years, One Good Turn, is out through Brow Books.

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