Luna Sea Studios – The Art of Rebecca Hicks

Mar 10, 2020
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Luna Sea Studios — The Art of Rebecca Hicks

Artist/Studio: Rebecca Hicks / Luna Sea Studios
Location: Beaverton, OR

Luna Sea Studios showcases the original art and writing of Rebecca Hicks, best known as the creator of the Little Vampires webcomic (http://little-vampires.com).  Her work features monsters and animals that are amiable with an attitude, and celebrates geek culture, the sciences and humanities — and coffee. Luna Sea Studios was founded in 2007 by Rebecca and her husband, James, and is based in the Portland, Oregon area.

Rebecca’s original art features monsters and animals, with some shout-outs to The Addams Family, Nightmare Before Christmas, and What We Do In The Shadows. She draws commissions of many geeky fandoms, including Star Wars, Dr. Who, Disney animation, and DC and Marvel comics.

Website & Online Shop

Little-Vampires.com
LunaSeaStudios.storenvy.com

Featured Product

We are handcrafting wooden pins and acrylic magnets featuring my most popular designs! There is a preorder for these items running until March 30 over at http://lunaseastudios.storenvy.com

Products

  • Art prints
  • Books
  • Pins
  • Magnets

Fandoms

  • Monsters
  • Animals
  • The Addams Family
  • Nightmare Before Christmas
  • What We Do In The Shadows
  • Star Wars
  • Doctor Who
  • Disney
  • DC Comics
  • Marvel comics
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