Logan Faerber is a young illustrator from Boston who has already done a little bit of everything: editorial work, t-shirt designs, advertisements, gig posters, album art, icons, murals, and children’s book material. He has also worked as a teacher with multiple Boston based schools for childhood education such as MassArt and Montserrat College of Art. Some clients over the years include New York Life, custommade.com, careshare.com, Weeklydig, Providence Monthly, Hotel Victoria Entertainment and Bikes Not Bombs. Logan has been featured in numerous gallery shows (Boston Collectives Showcase, Montserrat Gallery, Space 242, The Pony Club, Floating World) and was selected as a RAW Artist of Boston for their annual extravaganza.
Much of Logan’s style found its roots in modern day comic artists such Paul Pope, Nathan Fox, Guy Davis and Craig Thompson and has developed into the unique style he exhibits today. Logan was featured in the comic anthology Hellbound 2 with his story “Grampire”, as well as in Gemma Correll’s “What I Wore Today” book collective. Logan also provided the art for the graphic novel “Re-pro-duct” with writer Austin Wilson (aka: Hideous Energy) and has done an alternate covers for Adventure Time and Bravest Warriors comics from BOOM! Studios. Most recently, Logan has been providing all of the art for Oh, Killstrike! written by Max Beemis for BOOM! Studios, and has just been announced as the artist for Marvel Comic’s new Blade series written by Tim Seeley.
For more of Logan’s work, check him out on Tumblr.