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Interview With Molly on VICE Daily Podcast

On this episode, Crabapple explains how her experiences with Occupy transformed her career, leading her to cover life at Guantánamo Bay, Syria’s civil war, architecture in the West Bank, and beyond. -VICE Listen to the podcast here: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/3k5pvv/vice-meets-molly-crabapple-podcast

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Puerto Rico Sketchbook: The Elders of the Island

The next entry in Molly’s Puerto Rico Sketchbook series with the Paris review is up.  This entry in the series focuses on the large elderly population on the island: “The wrecked economy and closed schools have forced countless younger people … Continue reading

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New Print in the Shop: Domino Kings

Just added to the shop: Domino King: portrait of the guys of Barrio Mariana, Puerto Rico. $10 from each print goes to Proyecto de Apoyo Mutuo Mariana, a collective kitchen/community aid center in Humacao, Puerto Rico Print is 17″x22″ on … Continue reading

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Sneak Preview of Vogue India Book

Molly is featured in Vogue India’s upcoming publication. Here’s a sneak preview: Frida never denied pain. Instead, with her art, she looked it frankly in the eye, and said, yeah, I see you, you ugly beast. You think you’re all … Continue reading

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Greeting Cards to Support the Karam Foundation

These greeting cards feature reproductions of murals Molly painted at the Karam House this past year. This is the first time the paintings have been reproduced in any print form. Each card includes an English translation of the individual’s quote and a … Continue reading

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Illustrations, Graphic Journalism Create Alternative Narratives and Historical Documents

American illustrator Molly Crabapple’s Scenes from Syria, published in 2015, is the result of a remarkable collaboration and a vivid exchange undertaken clandestinely in 2013 between her in New York, and Syrian journalist Marwan Hisham, in his native Raqqa. The duo later … Continue reading

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New print in the shop: JIBARO SOY PUERTO RICO

Jibaro Soy print, limited edition of 25. Printed in archival ink on heavyweight acid-free fine art paper. 17″x22″ Half the proceeds go towards supporting Proyecto de Apoyo Mutuo Mariana, which provides daily free meals, children’s classes, wifi and a weekly health … Continue reading

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In the Land of Vendettas That Go On Forever

New Article by Amanda Petrusich, Illustrated by Molly in this month’s VQR, online and in print.  Here, justice works like this: When a man is murdered, his family avenges his death by similarly executing either the killer himself or a male … Continue reading

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