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Artist | Professional | Traditional Art
A Student of the great Scott McCloud, Jesse Rubenfeld is the artist/writer of Tool Publication’s comic series Into the Dust, a gritty realistic version of Wizard of Oz set in 1964 on Route 66. Jesse has also done artwork for international publications on topics such as nursing, performance, and magic tricks. Recently, Jesse has gotten into the habit of parodying famous works of art and other images, using familiar characters from popular culture like the Muppets, Superpets, and Nintendo characters.
Favorite visual artistNorman RockwellFavorite moviesBack to the Future, Star Wars, Superman, Batman Begins, Pi, Waking LifeFavorite TV showsDoctor Who, Star Trek, Sherlock, Lost, Friends, Favorite bands / musical artistsJonathan Coulton, Beatles, Fountains of WayneFavorite booksOn the Road, Grapes of Wrath, Lord of the Rings, Time and Again, American Gods, The Farseer TrilogyFavorite writersNeil GaimanFavorite gamesPortal, Super Mario Brothers, Half Life, Assassins CreedFavorite gaming platformAny and all. I own pretty much every system since the Atari 2600Tools of the TradeWatercolor, inkwash, pen and ink, arcrylic