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Illustration and Bookart by Olivia Healy-Mirkovich


I am completely serious when I say I would buy a print of it. I need wall stuff for my new apartment badly

That’s great to hear, thanks! I’m hoping to do a small series of r+ drawings and have them up for sale as stickers and/or mini-prints. I’ll keep the internet posted on that as it progresses!

If you could make a shirt out of that snack leader not a pack leader image I would buy it so fast you have no idea!!

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Aw shucks, thank you! I’m glad you like it. I’ve been considering getting a set of stickers printed for sale but I can definitely look into getting some shirts made if folks are interested.

So to pay the bills etc I’m a (strictly) r+ dog trainer, which is the business. Among other things I’m teaching puppy classes, so inevitably I make dorky things like this to throw at my patient class attendees. Because science-based training is overshadowed by pop culture and that’s a sizable shame.

I shamelessly borrowed (stole, sorrythankyousorry) the phrase from here:

Did some quick marker sketches of gargoyles for funsies. I have some more refined stuff coming soon, and if all goes well a new webcomic.

Here’s a little sketchbook made from scrap materials. Drew a goldfinch on the cover to pretty it up a little, then realized that I’ve officially conformed to all hipster illustration standards by literally putting a bird on it. Gross.

Anyway, stonehenge paper for the interior, grocery bag covers, pamphlet-stitched with waxed linen.

And more concept art for my maybe summer webcomic project. Angel appearing to cowboys.

I did more sketching for my nun+demons+wild west webcomic pipe dream. Featuring snarky Baphomet.

Sometimes you just have to consider starting a webcomic project about a reformed nun who teams up with demons to combat aggressive Catholic missionaries in the highly fictionalized and pulpy Old West.

Duke Agares is being v. difficult.

I finally have some time to sketch again, so I took some tombo pens to the LA zoo for some life drawing. (For any locals, the new Rainforest exhibits are fantastic. The river otters look SO much happier.)


"Everyone Dies"

ink on paper in a handmade book

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