Let's Welcome Jason Adams to SDCC Artist Alley

Help us welcome Jason Adams to Artist Alley SDCC this year by stopping by his table: EE-09. You will be pleasantly surprised by the bold and unique style that Jason's work presents.

Where do you find inspiration for your work? 

Everywhere.  Growing up a little punk rock kid, I loved the DIY style of art. There's something about DIY work that has a gritty imperfect feel to it that makes it human. And comics. I've always been a fan of comics and the unlimited possibilities that come with them.

What is your favorite work you have done?

I'm not sure I can narrow it down, I just enjoy experimenting and working with new material as much as I can.  Working with Boom! on a few Bravest Warriors variant covers was pretty awesome, I'm stoked to be doing the Emotion Booklet cards for the Upper Deck Marvel Premier 2014 release as well. 

What current work are you most excited about?

For SDCC, I've actually done something I've never done before.  I'm working with Rubylith film.  It's been a learning experience for sure.  I'm pleased with how these pieces turned out and I'm excited to bring them to SDCC.

What do you typically offer at your booth at SDCC?

I'm bringing prints of my Rubylith art to SDCC for the first time ever.  This is the first convention that I've been able to show them off at.  These will be extremely limited, I only had 13 of each made.  I'll have original art and artist proof sketchcards with me as well.  And as a little bonus, I'll have personal sketchcards that I did linocut prints on.  All available in Artist Alley, table EE-09.

What is your favorite autograph or collectable you’ve picked up at a convention?

In Austin last year I got my all time favorite Spider-Man artist Mark Bagley to sign a copy of Amazing Spider-Man for me.  My wife helps me when it comes to hunting down back issues, she's pretty relentless and great at sniffing out deals.  

What is the best SDCC or convention moment you have had?

This is my first SDCC, so we hope that the memories made are good ones, and that we get to participate again next year.

Find Jason Adams online at his website www.orange-thirteen.com and follow Jason on Twitter @artofjason

Make sure you stop by EE-09 early on. Jason is going to have a limited amount of his newest pieces and you don't want watch your masterpiece walking out with someone else!


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