Artist Spotlight / October 26, 2018
Pancho Domínguez watched too many cartoons and read too many comic books as a child. Now he tries to reflect the current world as he sees it through his rotten brain. He decided to become an artist after reading an issue of Uncanny X-Men as a 9-year-old (the one where Magneto rips the metal out of Wolverine’s skeleton). Pancho’s fantastic and cartoony images depict subjects such as violence, religion, and power. He hails from Monterrey, Mexico and has worked as an illustrator since 2008. You can see more of his work at his website and Instagram.