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    • Rich

      Wow – What brilliant pieces of work. I especially love the first paragraph and the insomniac’s choir.

    • Great sense of movement in that image. It looks so much like a frame from a film that it's hard to keep in mind the fact that it's a single static piece that is not a rendering of some other thing, but an original illustration.

    • Tara

      It's interesting that whether he's alone or with his lover, he's surrounded by weapons and violence or the sceptre of it.

      I also love love love the illustration. It makes me think of Miranda Nell's essay and what might happen if the hands on the clock actually managed to take their rivalry and escape from constricting rules of the clock.

    • Lizad

      I love the collaboration. The illustration–or rather, art piece–is beautiful. Haunting.

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    Julie Lockwood & David Ayllon

    Julie Lockwood is a creative soul born and raised in Red Bank, NJ. It's safe to say that growing up, Julie definitely fell into the 'weird art kid' category. She developed her fine art skills and began to express an interest in graphic design. After high school, Julie studied art advertising and fine art at Seton Hall and Monmouth University. Then came a big move to Orlando, FL to attend Full Sail University, where she graduated Valedictorian with a bachelor's degree in Digital Arts & Design. She currently lives in the Tampa Bay area, working as a web designer at GSL Solutions. If you'd like to see some of Julie's design and illustration work, or just learn a little more about her, you can view her portfolio. // After learning at a young age that Batman was not a practical career option, David Ayllon is now a graphic designer, poet, and righty who writes like a lefty. You can view David's work at His designs have been published for the Art Director’s Club of New Jersey and he took home a 2009 IAC award for Best Design Website. He has featured at the acclaimed LouderARTS poetry series, and is also co-curator of the OUTloud poetry series. David has participated in panel discussions and has spoken at colleges including the School of Visual Arts, and has had oil paintings and poetry published in the online magazine Acentos Review, as well as Ganymede magazine.

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