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Aug 16, 2019
angela

That’s So Julian (Comic Book)

Julian Assange spent nearly 7 years at the Ecuadorean embassy…and boy did things get wacky! Friends, I obviously had to make a comic book about some of those silly moments. The book is mine from snout to tail, as I am both the writer and artist. I also got it professionally printed, and I’m self-releasing it too.

So if you would like to purchase a copy of this labor of love, send a paypal payment to angela.guyton@gmail.com Don’t forget to add your address in the notes section so I know where to send it.

How much is it you ask?

IT’S ONLY 6 BUCKS!  

( 4 for the comic / 2 for the shipping )

“Bucks” = if you live in the UK send £6 (GBP). 
If you live in the US send $6 (USD). 
Europe, 6€ (EUR). Anywhere else, send $7 (USD)
And If you’re going to see me or Rod in person, it’s just 4 bucks cash.

That’s So Julian is made up of 16 black and white interior pages and a full color cover, printed professionally on good quality paper. Here are a few pics, and a few pages from inside the comic itself. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed making it. And do let me know what you think!

 

**Add five bucks more to your order and get a copy of
NOT The Rodrigo Constanzo Story as well! This one comes with a few stickers and Rod’s fantastic mac n’ cheese recipe!**
 
 Can’t beat that!
 

^ I just got these in the post today. My crazy eyes convey my excitement!
 
 

May 7, 2018
angela

My favorite music videos

Sometimes I make music videos and sometimes videos about music. Here are some of my favorites from other people in no particular order (click ‘continue reading’ to expand this post and see all videos included):

Childish Gambino –  This is America

 
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Oct 22, 2017
angela

Every Me and Every You

1. An essay like this works best if we’re all good-looking (reader, writer, critic). This helps with attraction.

2. I am unapologetically shallow.

3. No one ever learns anything, and you won’t learn anything here.
Essay below…


 
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Jun 3, 2017
angela

The Me That No One Sees

“…and what you’re shown is profound. Justin Timberlake’s Cry Me A River isn’t something we were prepared for in 2002. And since then, the methods used in creating such a sophisticated work have only improved.

Wasn’t it just a music video though?”

Read the full article I wrote on the FOCI Arts webpage. 
(Thanks to Ray Evanoff for giving my weird as fuck article a home, and to Rod for his amazing skills as an editor.)

Sep 20, 2015
angela

I is a dream Body has

My friend Ray Evanoff asked me to contribute to his online publication FOCI Arts.

It is best accessed on his site directly by following this link: FOCI Arts – Art and Athletics 4

but I have also included this version below for those that just happen across my site willy-nilly….


 

FOCI

Introduction by Ray Evanoff

One of the parallels between athletics and art is that both are personal practices. The daily endeavors of such practice become ritualized over time. The repetitive work therein becomes a study of one’s self, forming inroads to unarticulated regions. These regions may be defined or clarified or altered or reflected by the practices that illuminate them. Athletic and artistic practice may thus connect with other parts of life.

Here artist Angela Guyton branches both outward and inward from her physical practice, charting regions along the way that are both personal and broadly applicable. Her’s is a reflection on the body as medium for the insubstantial but intensely significant. She is an overlap between athlete and artist.

1-ray

2-hi

3-the-most

4-likewise

5-I-also

6-animal

7-so-able

8-hands

9-500

10-I-would-now

11-fig1

12-fig2

13-fig3

13b-concrescence dispersion

14-some-time-MAKO

15-to-know

16-hello

17-I-make-things

18-end

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