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Sarah is co-founder of Gut Feelings. She can name a cheese for every letter of the alphabet and do a reasonable impression of a train whistle/owl. When she’s not writing or saving lives she likes to kick stones and worry that there is no afterlife. A friend once told her if she was a food she’d be steak tartare, this seems like a reasonable representation of what she’s about.
Sophie is the co-founder of Gut Feelings Zine. She has a tendency to hyperbolise and takes ages to leave the house. She loves westerns, figs and the colours in New Mexico. She hopes more than anything to one day see a bear.
Tim a self taught designer, illustrator and photographer from London, who likes to work with hand drawn lettering, bright colours and bold lines. He designed our most awesome Gut Feelings logo. Most days he can be found in his studio with some inappropriately placed pencils, daydreaming and doodling, surrounded by pretty ladies and piles of gold.
Renata is a member of our Abeona Adventure Club and one of our favourite travellers to live vicariously through. You might see her running through a town near you. Just make sure to keep your eyes peeled for a beautiful red head in a white cowboy hat probably on her way to do something totally enviable.
Fábio Vermelho is a brazilian illustration artist whose artwork, called Weird Works, is highly influeced by 1950s rock ‘n’ roll, smut and horror. He’s also responsible for spreading filthiness worldwide in the form of comics in his self published zine Weird Comix
Scott is fascinated by the intersection of art and the social sciences. He has spearheaded projects that focused on the school-to-prison pipeline, the impact of art on gender and ethnic identity, the history of street gang culture in racially segregated communities, and the paved over public history of Los Angeles. Most recently, due to a background as a teacher, touring musician, and recording engineer/producer, Scott has been focusing on the impact of arts education in underserved communities. In his spare time, he likes to create movie posters, redesign old NES characters, and draw comics about gay storm troopers.
Jack isn’t very good at writing blurbs about himself. He can’t decide which fictional character to base his life on. Eventually he’ll realise it’s best to be himself but until then, it’s a toss up between the Marlboro Man and Niles Crane.
Briana is an absurdist writing from the Midwest. She illustrates the in-between through collaborative zines and poetry. When she’s not writing, she’s painting, making paper, and taking photos. Black coffee is the elixir of life and seeds are her favorite currency.