About SMASHMOUSE!

SMASHMOUSE! are sister and brother: Siobhan and David Scheier. Project starting 2011, though some of the work goes back over ten years.

We are currently working on a mini-comic and online zine.

About the Authors/Artist:

Siobhan and David were both born in German and raised in the deserts of the southwest.

Siobhan:

She has lived across the southern United States, picking up tidbits of life experience that’s influenced her style. She currently lives in El Paso, Texas after recently moving from Houston. She now spends most of her free time in her own world surrounded by music, drawing images that pop into her mind.

Her work’s include: cover art, “Omnicide” by Alan Faler a.k.a. ‘Sergeant Faler.’ PublishAmerica. Aug 2004; illustrations and graphic art on anti-federalist fliers (seeing around El Paso, Tx; and of course her tattoos grace the bodies of her many clients scattered around the world.

David:

A writer and Illustrator and co-founder of the Buttered Toast Reading Series in El Paso, Texas. He has a silver tongue with a taste for the finer things in life. He currently lives in Chicago, Illinois. His work has appeared in the Rio Grande Review Fall 2009; Whole Wheat (a chapbook) 2008; Exhibition: “All the best,” Sullivan Galleries, Chicago Illinois 2010-2011, Dum Dum Magazine 2011, and SAIC’s “Text off The Page” MFA Writing publication.

2 thoughts on “About SMASHMOUSE!

  1. Welcome aboard, David and Siobhan. A pleasure to meet you both.
    Love the idea of you siblings working together while living in different cities … gives a whole new meaning to family business.
    Best wishes,
    Miles and Pippa

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