About

 

I’m Dylan Meconis,
a cartoonist, writer and illustrator living in Portland, Oregon.

 

Dylan Meconis

(Meconis is pronounced “Meh-KO-niss” and Oregon is pronounced “ORE-uh-gun.”)

I studied history and literature at Wesleyan University. My career as a professional comics artist began in college with the online publication of my first book, Bite Me!.

I spent several years as a visual communications consultant and designer for before embarking on a full-time freelance and publishing career.

In 2012 my short story Outfoxed was nominated for an Eisner Award in the category of Best Digital Comicand in 2014 Family Man was nominated for a Reuben Award in the category of Best Digital Comic – Longform.

My current project is a middle-grade graphic novel titled Queen of the Sea, forthcoming from Abrams in 2018.

I’m a member of Helioscope, the largest studio of freelance comics professionals in North America.

When I’m not at the studio, I live in Portland with my wife, the attorney and speaker Katie Lane.

You can also find me on Tumblr, Twitter, Instagram, and anywhere they have a lot of books!

I’m represented by Barry Goldblatt of Barry Goldblatt Literary.

 

 

 

SELECT PRINT PUBLICATIONS

CREATOR-OWNED

Bite Me!: a vampire farce
Family Man, Vol I
Outfoxed
Danse Macabre 2.0

 

NOTABLE OUTSIDE PUBLICATIONS

Flight Vol. I, ed. Kazu Kibuishi, Villard, contributor
Wire Mothers: Harry Harlow and the Science of Love, written by Jim Ottaviani, GT Labs, artist
The Fifth Musketeer (Twisted Journeys series), Lerner Books, artist
Welcome to Bordertown, ed. Ellen Kushner & Holly Black, Random House, “Fair Trade”: artist (written by Sara Ryan)
Comics non-fiction features, Portland Mercury, writer/artist
Thursday Next series by Jasper Fforde, co-illustrator with Bill Mudron
The Odyssey of Sergeant Jack Brennan, written by Bryan Doerries, Pantheon, artist

 

SELECT CONSULTING & COMMERCIAL CLIENTS

Amazon
Microsoft
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Department of Defense
Penguin Random House
Cards Against Humanity
Wizards of the Coast
Oregon Children’s Theatre
Old Navy
Reed Exhibitions
Multnomah County Library
Seattle Children’s Hospital

 

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