It’s been a week of good news. On Thursday, I was featured on the new website, Toronto Is Awesome, in the ‘Image Seeks Words‘ column. The column focuses on illustrators, comic book makers, designers and all others who pair words and images together.
Talented writer (and author of DOOM: Love Poems for Supervillains) Natalie Zina Walschots asked me some questions about collaborating with writers, drawing the post-apocalypse, dead kids and sexy illustrations. Here’s an excerpt:
Evan Munday is a seemingly inexhaustible source of positive energy in Toronto, where he participates actively both in the literary and comics communities. When he is not as his day job as the publicist for Coach House Books, Evan is busy writing and illustrating stories about sexy supervillains, dead teen detectives and post-apocalyptic twenty-somethings.
How would you describe your own creative style?
I like to think I combine the fantastic and the extremely mundane in a vaguely pleasing and mildly amusing way. My illustration work is some unholy hybrid of cartoon and realism, and my writing attempts to be witty but touching, but likely relies on far too many cultural references for its own good. Also, I think I’m obsessed with death in a very real and strange way. Goth Norman Rockwell meets Sunday Comics Dennis Miller.
Read more on the Toronto Is Awesome website.