Tom Humberstone is an award-winning comic artist and illustrator based in London.
He is the regular, weekly comic artist for the New Statesman and a frequent contributor to comic journalism website Cartoon Movement. He also edits and publishes the critically acclaimed UK comics anthology Solipsistic Pop which he launched in 2009.
He won an Eagle award in 2009 for his first long-form comic - How To Date A Girl In Ten Days, and has self-published a variety of other comics including Art School Scum, the 24 hour comic Everything You Never Wanted To Know About Crohns Disease, My Fellow Americans (co-created with journalist Dan Hancox), and One Hundred Days in which he produced a comic every day for 100 days.
Humberstone also works as a professional illustrator, storyboard artist and designer.
Clients: The Guardian, Word Magazine, BBC 6Music, The Ministry Of Stories, Moneywise Magazine, Hype Machine, Josie Long, Lonely Leap, Groenland Records, London Is Funny, Dazed&Confused, HR Magazine, Empire Design, Helen Arney, Electric Sheep Magazine, Show Media, Analog Folk, WYAIWYA Records, The New Statesman.
He is currently working on Ellipsis - a comic composed of six short, interweaving stories. The first issue is available to buy here. For regular updates, be sure to check out his blog, or join the mailing list.
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