Contributor Gianofer Fields introduces us to artist Joshua Hunt.
For the past several months, Lake Effect's material culture contributor Gianofer Fields has been asking artists throughout Wisconsin a simple question: if you had only one tool at your disposal to practice your craft, what would it be? For some artists, who already use only a select few tools in creating their art, it was an easy choice; others simply couldn't - or wouldn't - choose.
Lake Effect's Bonnie North interviews Jim Krueger.
Illustrators get much of the credit for a successful comic book or graphic novel. And certainly the visuals are what separate those works from a standard novel or short story. But the story is the backbone of any novel, graphic or not. And Jim Krueger is a master at coming up with those stories.
We’ve had our share of musicially talented people through the Lake Effect studio over the years – and some musically talented people who have actually worked here. In the Lake Effect bungalow, our own Trapper Schoepp and his band just finished a tour with the Wallflowers. Down the hall, Jason Mohr does vocals and guitars with Juniper Tar, and Tom May plays brass in the band Take Solace.