The first set of protest prints are done (more to come, others are in the inking/scanning stage). Oh how I look forward to my birthday and a new scanner that won't take 10 minutes to scan one image! Oh how I look forward to high resolution and seconds per print! In the meantime, there's just so much to talk about and never enough time. If you have a moment, comment with some issues you'd like to see tackled in the next round of prints. So far I will be focusing on issues such as: immigrations, refugees, DAPL, and LGBT rights. If you have any ideas, i'm open to hearing em! In the meantime, download, share, and get informed on the issues and how you can make a difference in this nonsense world. (If you have time, download the Countable app to read up on issues and weigh in.)
Anything That Can Go Wrong is an ongoing zine/comics memoir published by Chicago based painter/illustrator Mia Cruz. Mia (Maria) hates her name, has no pets, no future, and is a recent graduate of Columbia College Chicago (B.A. Art and Design). At 23, she remains clueless about her life in general.