Dalrymple, photographed at the 2004 Alternative Press Expo (APE) in San Francisco.
|Born||Farel DeShongh Dalrymple
|Pop Gun War|
|Awards||Xeric Award, 2000
Society of Illustrators Gold Medal, 2002
Originally from Oklahoma "by way of California", Dalrymple is one of the founders of the New York City-based Meathaus Collective. He attended New York's School of Visual Arts as an Illustration major and has been creating comics since 1999.
Dalrymple currently resides in Portland, Oregon, where he is working on the second volume of Pop Gun War, to be published by Dark Horse Comics, as well as illustrating the ten-issue series Omega the Unknown, written by author Jonathan Lethem and published by Marvel Comics. He describes his work style as "fourteen-hour workdays filled with ecstasy, torment, and procrastination."
Dalrymple has received several awards, including a Xeric Foundation grant, a 2002 Society of Illustrators Gold Medal, and a Russ Manning Award nomination. An excerpt of Omega the Unknown was selected for the anthology Best American Comics 2010.
In addition to the various Meathaus anthologies...
- (2002) Happy Endings - anthology (Dark Horse Comics)
- (2003) AutobioGraphix - anthology (Dark Horse Comics)
- (2003) Pop Gun War - 2001-2002 award-winning series (collected by Dark Horse Comics)
- (2004) Typewriter #6 - anthology (Popzero at Top Shelf Comics)
- (2005) Project: Superior - anthology (AdHouse Books)
- Parts of the Flaming Fire Illustrated Bible project
- Proverbs & Parables for New Creation Publications
As artist only
- (2002) Grendel: Red, White & Black #4 - anthology, written by Matt Wagner (Dark Horse Comics)
- (2003) Caper #1-4 - written by Judd Winick, first arc of a 12-issue series (DC Comics)
- (2005) Bizarro World 2 - anthology, written by Dylan Horrocks (DC Comics)
- (2007) Omega the Unknown - limited series, written by Jonathan Lethem (Marvel Comics)
- (2012) Prophet #24-25 - ongoing series, written by Brandon Graham (Image Comics)
- Ellis, Jonathan. "Interview: Farel Dalrymple, Pop Gun Genius," PopImage (Jan. 2002). Accessed Dec. 27, 2008.
- Neil Gaiman, ed., The Best American Comics 2010 (Boston, New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2010), 319
- Official website
- Sample comics pages - Sample illustrations
- Farel Dalrymple profile at Lambiek
- January 2002 interview with Dalrymple at PopImage
- March 2003 interview with Dalrymple at PopImage
- A partial Farel Dalrymple bibliography
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