Madeline Zuluaga is an illustrator/storyteller working in NYC. Her work is influenced by unusual occurrences in ordinary settings. She loves to create stories that make unlikely characters and situations believable. This is because her interests and aesthetics can be strange and involve her to obsess over drawing talking turnips and capybaras. At the end of the day, she just wants to create art to make people smile.



      School of Visual Arts - BFA in illustration, class of 2016


2018 - "Mine!: A Comics Collection to Benefit Planned Parenthood" Anthology - 2018 Ringo Award Winning Anthology

2017 - “Capybara Parade” Artbook - Collection of Capybara illustrations from 2016 -2017 (Self Published)

2017- NYC Japanese language newspaper "Yomitime"

2017 - "New Frontiers: The Many Worlds of George Takei"  Anthology

2016 - "When The Rules Aren't Right: 7 Time Travel Tales of Activism" Graphic Novel

2016 - School of Visual Art's Illustration Portfolio 37

   2015 - "Mythology" Indie Anthology curated by illustrator Stephanie Hovden (Self Published)

  Feature | Interview | Gallery

San Francisco Taiko Dojo Fundraising Taiko Art Show | Shelf Liners for Your ‘Nice’ List - SVA 2017 Gift Guide | Capybara Madness | Visual Arts Journal School of Visual Arts Magazine Fall 2017 | Women Write About ComicsSeven Impossible Things Before Breakfast | School of Visual Arts Alumni "Notes & Exhibitions" January Newsletter

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    Cartoonists of Color Database

    Convention List

     MoCCA Arts Festival: April 6 -7, 2019 ☑
Phillipsburg Comic-Con: May 11, 2019 ☑
A2CAF Arts Festival: June 15 -16, 2019 ☑
SPX (Small Press Expo): September 14-15 ☐