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I am a Minneapolis based cartoonist and designer of all things that require a pencil. Or ink. Or even a computer. Guitar? Absolutely. The way that I tell my stories takes many forms, but at the end of the day, I love to tell those stories.
I’ve been hard at work on the narrative for as long as I can remember. That’s why I have this “art” thing that I do. Whether it is helping someone else out with their own narrative, or crafting my own, I strive for the end result to help shape the people that view it. That might sound nefarious, but it’s not.
If you have an interest in contacting me, see my email address below. We can chat about cool stuff, or work on a project that you feel has potential to shape some minds (not in a nefarious way). I’m always interested in hearing people’s own stories.
*Accolade Spoiler Alert*:
“Herbst’s art is phenomenal throughout the graphic novel. He is clearly an expert at telling a story visually, and unsurprisingly, Herbst prescribes to the sequential art teachings of Will Eisner. The art of Wolves of Summer is intense and raw throughout.” Pat- Project Nerd
“Andrew Herbst’s art evokes the likes of 60s underground artists and their modern counterparts such as Daniel Clowes. Herbst manages a subtle feat, in that his art style suitably depicts both the wild Hitler Youth’s initial “adventure” and Johnny’s longing for redemption; it’s when these two disparate eras begin to seamlessly intermingle that Wolves‘ storytelling is at its most powerful.” -Carl Doherty, Shelf Abuse
“…if you like certain off-beat artists that can put a lot of story and motion into their characters, this is exactly where you want to go.”- Cubby, Nerdlocker
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