"LAST STOP" comic & "CRUSHED" zine

Hypnos Molina-Gameos
Illustration (School of Art and Design)

About this Item

"LAST STOP" comic & "CRUSHED" zine
Contributor Names
Molina-Gameos, Hypnos (Creator, Illustrator)
Jovellanos, Arielle (Thesis advisor)
Summary/Artist's Statement
The cover of the accordion style zine "CRUSHED." Disembodied hands reach, spread and tear into the forbidden fruit that lies deep within. Seeds become blood, blood becomes tears, what was once safe and precious is now crushed. Within the zine is a personal anecdote about accepting your past self & your current flaws.
Illustration Genre: Comics, Abstract, Character design, Images in sequence, Narrative art
Still Image
Digital art (visual works)
Drawings (visual works)
Collages (visual works)
Comics (documents)
Abstract (general art genre)
Concept art (initial studies)
Narrative art
Medium (Terms)
Clip Studio Paint (computer software)
Course/Degree Information
Program/Degree: Illustration BFA
Course: IL 405 Visual Storytelling for Evolving Media II
Academic semester: Spring 2023
Program semester: Semester 8
Professor: Arielle Jovellanos
In Copyright
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FIT Repository ID: il_000538


Molina-Gameos, H. (2023). "LAST STOP" comic & "CRUSHED" zine. FIT Institutional Repository. https://institutionalrepository.fitnyc.edu/item/118044
Molina-Gameos, Hypnos. "LAST STOP" Comic & "CRUSHED" Zine. 2023. FIT Digital Repository, https://institutionalrepository.fitnyc.edu/item/118044
Molina-Gameos, Hypnos. ""LAST STOP" Comic & "CRUSHED" Zine." FIT Digital Repository, 2023. https://institutionalrepository.fitnyc.edu/item/118044