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Keith McDougall

Keith McDougall is an artist from Melbourne. He makes biographical comics about artists such as George Grosz, The Fall and Noel Counihan. He has rapped, played and produced for Spitfire Parade, Eden Monaro and Keith Party, and composed music for fourteen plays.

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Sam Wallman

Sam Wallman is a unionist and cartoonist based on unceded Wurundjeri country. He is a member of the Workers Art Collective. His new longform book,  Our Members Be Unlimited: a Comic About Unions is out now through Scribe Publications. You can follow his work here.

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Abdul Adbullah

Abdul Adbullah is a Perth-based artist who works across painting, photography, video, installation and performance. Abdullah is represented by Fehily Contemporary in Melbourne and is included in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and the Australian Islamic Museum.

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Joanna Anderson

Joanna Anderson is a cartoonist living in Melbourne. She contributed to the comic anthology Fluid Prejudice, with Chris O’Brien, has published the comic Rush, Made in Victoria, with Chris in it as a police officer. She is working on a new series of comics called Stiff Surfboard.

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Safdar Ahmed

Safdar Ahmed is a Sydney-based artist, musician and educator. He is a founding member of the community art organisation Refugee Art Project, and member of eleven, a collective of contemporary Muslim Australian artists, curators and writers. His first graphic novel, Still Alive, will be published by Twelve Panels Press in April 2021.

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Kate Parrish

Kate Parrish works as a cartoonist, illustrator, advice columnist and art editor at The Lifted Brow. She identifies fiercely as a feminist and thinks that girl power is the best.

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