Chenette’s latest touches on big themes, such as the function of myth, intergenerational dynamics, and the role of guns in the construction of masculinity, all shot through her charming lo-fi aesthetic that manages to imbue the undertaking with some welcome levity in the process.
Danielle Chenette (b. 1990) is an illustrator, painter, animator, and cartoonist originally from Millbury, MA, with a long stint in Chicago before settling in Los Angeles, CA. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, the Portland Mercury, the Smudge, and has worked with clients such as Red Bull and PF Candle Co. In addition to multiple self-published releases, her comics can be found from publishers such as Believed Behavior, Lumpen Magazine, and Boom! Studios.
Printed at Peak in St. Paul, MN
Single color spot offset on cream 60lb stock