Trevor Alixopulos is a cartoonist and illustrator. In his comics work, I am interested in how icon and narrative interact and swap roles. My stories generally explore broad human themes while employing the medium's visual grammar to evoke the individual and internal. One thing I like about comics is how they stake out a common zone of understanding, while dramatizing those areas where understanding breaks down. I'm most comfortable in the profane realm of the cartoon, where the word won't go; where language becomes sign, visual joke, enigmatic heraldry.
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