We as authors are part of the eclectic and growing group of fans of comics as a medium for telling complex and abstract stories and illuminating interrelationships.
Dr. Julia Schneider aka Doc J Snyder: Julia is a comic essayist, a doctor of economics and former AI consultant. Her latest book, a comprehensive comic essay on money, together with Pauline Cremer and Miriam Beblo, has just been published: “Money Matters” – again under cc-licence for free reading and sharing at moneymatters.art. Her works convey complex topics through a few graphics and pointed texts – bridging the gap between intellect and intuition. More here: docjsnyder.net. Get in touch: email@example.com.
Lena Ziyal: During her studies of visual communication Lena dealt – vice versa – with the translation of thoughts into images. Her artistic approach is to encrypt complexity using associations of her own perspective and thereby widen the meaning of a specific issue. She works at the collectivly run agency for content and design Infotext (www.infotext-berlin.de). Visual storytelling, in other words the communication of complex content via images, is her focus and passion. Her repertoire includes infographics, diagrams, illustrations and non-fictional comics, which she both conceptualizes and implements depending on the project. Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org