List of Past & Current INX artists

INX Artists G—I

Bob Gale A founding member of INX, Bob Gale has produced illustrations for The New York Times and dozens of other newspapers and magazines. He currently lives in England.

Felipe Galindo
Felipe Galindo (Feggo) was born in Cuernavaca, Mexico, in1957. He received a BFA in Visual Arts at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. He has lived in New York City with his wife, the artist Andrea Arroyo, since 1983.
He has worked his entire professional life as an Illustrator, cartoonist, independent animator and fine artist. He has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions worldwide.
His work appears in publications such as in the New Yorker, The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune, Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, Reader’s Digest, Nickelodeon, Mad Magazine, Narrative, Barron's, Red Bulletin (Austria), The Spectator and Prospect (England), Ode (Holland), Hauser (Germany) and Nebelspalter (Switzerland), and has been included in dozens of international cartoon anthologies.
Has received grants from the LMCC, NALAC, NYSCA, Puffin Foundation, US/Mexico Fund for Culture, Latino Public Broadcasting and NoMAA. Additional awards include: United Nations Correspondents Association Award, Greek Ministry of Culture, Cambridge Latino Film Festival, San Antonio Cine Festival, Ajijic Film Festival, Mexico and Omiya Festival, Japan.
Galindo is the creator of the celebrated project
Manhatitlan, which includes works on paper, animations, and the newly released book Manhatitlan, Mexican and American Cultures Intertwined.

David Gothard
A graduate of Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, David Gothard has been illustrating professionally since 1979. His work has appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines including
The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune, Time, Forbes, Far East Economic Review and US News & World Report.
He has done work for the publishers Workman Press, Rodale Press and Cambridge University Press, and advertising work for Toyota, Land Rover and Tylenol. A native New Yorker, he now lives and draws from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. When not at the drawing board, or in the classroom, David practices the art of daydreaming.

Tom Hachtman
Tom Hachtman (aka Mickey Pickles, Mickey Hackman, Noah Escarole) was born March 22, 1948 on Long Island, New York. He was the third of three sons and his mother Loretta, disgruntled about not having a girl, told her husband Julius, “this one is mine.'” Mickey, as his brothers called him, happily avoided scouts and Little League and tagged along on his mom's museum trips and art classes.His cartoons and illustrations have appeared in
The National Lampoon, Mad and Esquire. Beginning in 1978, his cult favorite comic strip Gertrude's Follies, about the life and times of Gertrude Stein and her circle, ran in the Soho Weekly News. He was staff editorial cartoonist for the New York Daily News in the mid 90s. Currently he paints murals in New Jersey.
Gertrude's Follies

Glenn Head
Glenn Head, born in 1958, attended School of Visual Arts, in New York City, majoring in cartooning/media arts. He studied with Art Spiegelman from1982 until 1985 and self-published
Bad News, a sister publication to Raw, with Mark Newgarden, Paul Karasik, and SVA. His work appeared in R. Crumb's Weirdo, 1989.
His comics and illustrations have since appeared in Screw, The Village Voice, The Wall Street Journal, Nickelodeon, New York Press, Sports Illustrated, Disney Adventures, Maximum Golf, Vibe, and many others.
Head has edited (with the cartoonist kaz) and contributed to three issues of the Harvey Award-nominated comics anthology,
Snake Eyes (1989-93) and is currently editing and contributing to Hotwire comix, both published by Fantagraphics.

Rupert Howard Rupert Howard was born in London but spent his formative years traveling in India with his mother and siblings. He returned to England in time to grab an art education at Farnham and Liverpool art schools (BA Fine Art). In the post-Beatles city he became a member of the vibrant and influential punk rock art and fashion community, developing his distinctive style that transferred so seamlessly to New York in 1983, when he was offered a studio in the trendy and infamous Chelsea Hotel. After working in Harlem and Soho he pioneered studios in DUMBO and the Brooklyn art scene continuing his habit of exhibiting in the alternative spaces of storefronts, clubs and bars.
From 1990 – 2000 Rupert supplemented his meager income as an artist by turning to editorial illustration, working for
The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal where he crossed paths with the brilliant iIIustrator Igor Kopelnitsky who introduced him to INX.To date, Rupert has continued developing his signature dark, edgy, theatrical tableaux, documenting his biographical and fantasy underwortd. These paintings progress in time warps from post-Weimer Germany to 70's Star Wars where Manson and Madonna share cocktails and bar stories with midget pimps and dog-bodied babies. Now In the so-far culturally undiscovered backwater of Long Beach he perseveres with his painting and the extended wordless graphic novel he hopes to complete by the end of the century.

Ryan Inzana
Ryan Inzana is an illustrator and comic artist whose work has appeared in numerous magazines, ad campaigns, books and various other media all over the world. His illustration work has been recognized by The Society of Illustrators and American Illustration. Ryan's comics have been inducted into the Library of Congress's permanent collection of art.
Johnny Jihad, Ryan's first graphic novel, was nominated by Booklist and numerous other publications as one of the top 10 books of 2003. He has contributed to numerous anthologies, notably in 2010, he teamed up with the late Harvey Pekar and Studs Terkel for an adaptation of Terkel's book Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day And How They Feel About What They Do. His most recent book is entitled Ichiro, and is published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

Jordin Isip
Jordin Isip was born and raised in Queens, New York. He has a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York, His art has appeared in numerous periodicals such as
Adbusters, The Atlantic Monthly, The New York Times, Newsweek, The Progressive, Rolling Stone, and Time as well as on book covers, posters, records and CDs. In addition, Isip has exhibited his artwork nationally in galleries in Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco, as well as internationally in London, Manila, Paris, and Rome. He is currently teaching at Parsons School of Design and Pratt Institute in New York City.
Jordin Isip has received awards from and publication in annuals including American Illustration, The Art Directors Club, Communication Arts, Print, The Society of Illustrators, The Society of News Design and The Society of Publication Designers.
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