Web Comics, Chalk Art, Illustrations, Digital Painting, and Cartoons by Artist Eric Maruscak
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Articles – “Would you like to know more?”

Below is a brief list of online articles and interviews that I have gathered from across the vast interwebs. These links range from professional publications to interested bloggers. Links will open in a new window.

The Columbia Chronicle Article on the inaugural C2E2 Convention
The Columbia Chronicle posts an article about the C2E2 convention, and uses a photo of me posing with my Alex Ross Avengers Chalk Art Mural as the main picture for the story.

Sketch Maven Artist Profile of Illustrator Eric Maruscak
Sketch Maven: The World’s Greatest Comic Art Market Place did a profile on my work as an Illustrator and Chalk Artist around the time I appeared at the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo earlier this year. It is very informative. Want to see photos of the finished piece? Click here to see my post about the Alex Ross Avengers C2E2 Chalk Art Mural.

Wizardworld Chicago Comic Con 2009
Wizardworld.com posts about my appearance at their 2009 Convention. You can see click on the following link to see all of the photos from my Ultimate Avengers Chalk Art Mural.

Wizardworld.com
From the creators of Wizard Magazine, an interview about my many appearances at stops on their convention tour.

Wizardworld.com Part II
The Wizard Universe website hosts another article about my work before my appearance at their LA Convention.

AlexRossArt.com
My brief write up on the official Alex Ross wesbsite after my recreation of his artwork at the New York City Comic Con 2008.

Comic Book Bin
The guys at this site have always been great to me (the same ones who made my video interview at Wizard World Chicago). Here they republish my photo journal on the creation of a Star Wars toy mural for the NY Toy Show.

Beowolf Productions
From a site that focuses mainly on the music scene.

i might be your art teacher
A blog interview from a convention goer who caught me at the New York Comic Con in 2009. Questions came from the students.