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Buzzer illustrator interview: Chloe Ezra

That's Chloe on the right and her illustration on the left!

That’s Chloe on the right and her illustration on the left!

If you’re new to the Buzzer scene, we feature a different illustration and artist on each issue of the print Buzzer and on the blog.

We reached out to Chloe Ezra to illustrate the cover of the July 2014 issue and she came up with this unique ilustration! She kindly took time out to do an interview with us:

Who is Chloe Ezra?
I’m a freelance illustrator who creates stories, animations and games in my spare time.

How did you come up with your illustration for the Buzzer?
The idea came to me surprisingly quick. I wanted to illustrate in a style not used before, so pixel art was the first option to come to me.

There’s an 8-bit feeling to your illustration. Are you a fan of video games and the 80s?
I am a huge fan of both, for sure! Video games back then have an unique aesthetic to them that has come back in recent years. What they were able to accomplish with the limitations in technology and design back then is very inspiring to me.

Do you take transit? If so, what’s your favourite mode?
I do, and my favourite is probably the sky train, Canada Line. It’s especially nice to live close to the Brighouse station ’cause I almost always get a seat.

What’s your favourite colour and why?
It used to be lilac purple. Nowadays… pink, maybe? Black too, if it counts.

Peer into your crystal ball, and tell us what you see for yourself in the future.
I’ve been working hard towards a larger published book/comic of my work. To see that through would be a dream come true.

Fan of her work or fan of the Vancouver Canucks? Check out some of her other illustrations on her Tumblr and what she has done for the Canucks blog, Pass it to Bulis.

Thanks again to Chloe for her illustration and doing an interview with us!

Author: Allen Tung


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