Andrice Arp

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Andrice Arp
Andrice Arp Chris Cilva Jesse Reklaw Stumptown Comics Festival 2007 Tim Goodyear.jpg
Andrice Arp (right) with Chris Cilla, Jesse Reklaw, Dylan Williams and Tim Goodyear at the Stumptown Comics Festival in 2007.
Born 1969
Nationality American
Area(s) Writer, Artist

Andrice Arp (born 1969 in Los Angeles) is a U.S. comics artist and illustrator, and the daughter of Halton Arp. She has been a contributor to the self-published comic Hi-Horse. In 2004, Hi-Horse Omnibus, comprising all new material, was published by Alternative Comics. Arp also contributed to the comics anthology Mome.

In September 2006, Arp's work was featured in an exhibit at the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco, as well as a museum in New York.[1]

Her illustrations have appeared in Shout magazine, Kitchen Sink magazine, and the New York Times. Arp has illustrated three covers of Scram, a Journal of Unpopular Culture[2] (issues #1, #10 and #20). She also works as an illustrator for the book-swapping web site BookMooch,[3] restaurant-music provider MoodMixes,[4] and audio engineering company ToneGnome.[5]


  1. ^ "Small Press Exhibit". Cartoon Art Museum. 2006. Archived from the original on 2006-08-29. Retrieved 2006-09-18. 
  2. ^ "Scram". 
  3. ^ "BookMooch Illustration by Andrice Arp". BookMooch. 2006. Retrieved 2006-06-12. 
  4. ^ "MoodMixes Illustration by Andrice Arp". MoodMixes. 2011. Retrieved 2011-06-12. 
  5. ^ "ToneGnome Illustration by Andrice Arp". ToneGnome. 2011. Retrieved 2011-06-12. 


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