Mandy Ord

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Mandy Ord
Born 1974
Sydney, NSW
Nationality Australian
Education Bachelor of Visual Arts, Australian National University (ANU) Canberra School of Art, Canberra, ACT
Known for Illustrator/Cartoonist

Mandy Ord (born 1974) is a Melbourne-based comic artist. Her work has appeared in The Age, Meanjin, The Australian Rationalist magazine, Voiceworks, Tango, Going Down Swinging and Red Leaves / 紅葉.[1] Since 2009 Ord has also had a regular comic strip published in Trouble (magazine). In 2004, she was nominated for the Ledger Award for Small Press Title of the Year for her comic Dirty Little Creep.[2][3]

Ord's earliest published work was in her own book Wilnot in 1994.[4] Her first graphic novel was a collaboration with Amber Carvan, Brick Dog and Other Stories 2002,[5] followed by her first solo graphic novel Rooftops 2007, published by Findlay Lloyd.[6][7] Ord is also the author of minicomics Ordinary Eyeball (2006)[8] and Sensitive Creatures (2004).[9]


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