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T.O.F.U. #15 | Meet the Vegan Artists

Image contains three even columns with illustrations in each. The first is an illustration of a red tree with leaves. At the base of the tree, grey stick figures of various sizes can be seen holding their arms up to form the structure of the tree. The feet of the figures go into the ground and can be seen as roots below. In the background, there are fields with rows of crops. The second is an illustration of a pair of hands working to plant a plant in some soil, and there is a brown picket fence in the background. The third is a black and white illustration of a silhouette of person's head. The top of their head is opened up and there are a number of illustrated things coming out of it. The biggest is a white hand holding a flower, but there are also various smaller plants, signs of gender, and stick figures of people. On the silhouette's face, there is text that says "e commo thread... comm".

Every issue requires artwork to go along with some of the articles, and these are the artists that made that happen for T.O.F.U. #15. Read More »

T.O.F.U. #14 | The Vegan Illustrators

Image contains a series of five panels, all of which have a small portion of an illustration. On the right-hand side, the first panel contains a baby duck being held in two hands. The next panel contains the face of a woman with light brown skin, dark hair, and a piercing in her bottom lip. The next illustration contains a series of red and white vertical bars with a black hand above the snout of a pink pig. The next photo contains the face of two people. One person is visible on the screen of a smartphone, but the other one is being kept out of the photo. The last illustration is that of a small horse in a bird cage. The horse has a bright red feather on its head.

Finding illustrators for the new issue wasn't exactly easy, so I'm more grateful than usual to the folks who decided to offer their talents this time around. Read More »