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Cartoonist Kali Ciesemier draws Hawaiian mythology for textbook

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Cartoonist Kali Ciesemier draws Hawaiian mythology for textbook

Don’t be mad if this is the first you’ve heard of Kali Ciesemier. While you may have run across her work if you are deep into illustration blogs, for many she’s a new artist. Currently spending her days as an adjunct professor at the Maryland Institute of Art (where Jose Villarrubia and Daniel Krall also teach), Ciesemier is also spreading her wings as a freelance illustrator. One of her most recent works is this short comic she did for an elementary school reading text book.

The short comic Kali illustrated is based on the mythological Hawaiian goddess of fire Pele and her sister, Makola, a sea goddess. Although only four pages in length, it’s a beautiful piece of work with the artist doing everything from pencils, inks to coloring and I hope to be seeing more of her in the future!

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