Kyle Harabedian

Illustration and Comic Art
Saint Nersess the gracefull or Shnorhali, who was divinely inspired to write music and hymns for the Armenian church.

Saint Nersess the gracefull or Shnorhali, who was divinely inspired to write music and hymns for the Armenian church.

Saint Hovhanness of Otzoon wore a shirt made of camel’s hair which was a painful reminder of Christ’s suffering. An illustration from the book New Faith to New World.

Saint Hovhanness of Otzoon wore a shirt made of camel’s hair which was a painful reminder of Christ’s suffering. An illustration from the book New Faith to New World.

Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai by Kyle Harabedian.

Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai by Kyle Harabedian.

Carnacki, the Ghost-Finder The Gateway of the Monster page 4.

Carnacki, the Ghost-Finder The Gateway of the Monster page 4.

Carnacki, the Ghost-Finder The Gateway of the Monster page three.

Carnacki, the Ghost-Finder The Gateway of the Monster page three.

Carnacki, the Ghost-Finder The Gateway of the Monster page two.

Carnacki, the Ghost-Finder The Gateway of the Monster page two.

Carnacki, The Ghost-Finder The Gateway of the Monster page one.

Carnacki, The Ghost-Finder The Gateway of the Monster page one.

Saint Gregory the Enlightener. Gouache on paper. From the book New Faith to New World Stories from the History of the Armenian Church.

Saint Gregory the Enlightener. Gouache on paper. From the book New Faith to New World Stories from the History of the Armenian Church.

The Persians attempting to convert Saint Vartan Mamikonian to Zoroastrianism. Gouache on paper 2009. From the book New Faith to New World Stories from the History of the Armenian Church.

The Persians attempting to convert Saint Vartan Mamikonian to Zoroastrianism. Gouache on paper 2009. From the book New Faith to New World Stories from the History of the Armenian Church.

Saint Mesrob created the Armenian Alphabet with some divine inspiration. From the book New Faith to New World Stories from the History of the Armenian Church.
Saint Mesrob created the Armenian Alphabet with some divine inspiration. From the book New Faith to New World Stories from the History of the Armenian Church.