Kyle Harabedian

Illustration and Comic Art
Another page from my zine about the year 1986 The Return of the Comet.

Another page from my zine about the year 1986 The Return of the Comet.

Another page from The Return of the Comet.  

Another page from The Return of the Comet.  

Here is a page from my zine The Return of the Comet which I made for Light Grey Art Lab’s STACKS show. Each artist in the show was assigned a year from the last 30 years to create a zine about. I was given the year 1986.

Here is a page from my zine The Return of the Comet which I made for Light Grey Art Lab’s STACKS show. Each artist in the show was assigned a year from the last 30 years to create a zine about. I was given the year 1986.

leighluna:

I’ve been helping teach a Pre College Comics Class at MCAD! I drew little portraits of all of the students to use for the table of contents for their anthology of work. 

brandohughes:

Covers for the Pre-college summer session Comics Collection

The class I’ve been a teaching assistant for is coming to a close, so we’re collecting the kids work. The cover is by a few of the TA’s

Penciled by Jack Kotz

Inked by Kyle Harabedian

Colored by Me

Halley’s Comet and the Mir Space Station in February 1986 from my zine for Light Grey Art Lab’s Stacks show.

Halley’s Comet and the Mir Space Station in February 1986 from my zine for Light Grey Art Lab’s Stacks show.

srmccarthy:

CC: Connect | Collaborate (cover)

Catalog zine featuring artists and designers from around the world interested in connecting and collaborating!

Want to connect or be in the CC zine? Contact srmccarthy08@gmail.com

srmccarthy:

CC: Connect | Collaborate

Catalog zine featuring artists and designers from around the world interested in connecting and collaborating!

Want to connect or be in the CC zine? Contact srmccarthy08@gmail.com

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mcad:

Christina Huang's MFA Thesis Exhibition Multimedia Performance

Embu

Embu focuses on integrating music and projected animation. I communicate the spirit of karate in a new context; transcending the original limitations of kata performance while still paying respect to the traditions of karate. My work explores the relationship between music, karate kata performance and visual images. The final outcome of my project is a live performance accompanied by an animated piece projected onto the wall and accompanying music.

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