Kuchansky’s web comic series

San Francisco’s Justina Kochansky is a polymer clay sculptor and a puppeteer. “I delight in little things and hope to provide others with delightful little things…most of which have a dark aspect for a bit of flavor,” she explains.

Justina currently produces a sculptural web comic, ArticulateMatter, which is updated every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Her daily diaoramas are then offered for sale on her Etsy site. “It started out with a story line, but quickly evolved into stream-of-consciousness vignettes.” Currently the cast includes polymer clay squids (including Squidmund Freud and Squid Claus), frogs, and various vacuum tube creatures. Her Christmas coral reeth tickled me too.

I needed a little delight as I ponder the end of one year and the start of another. This quirky link comes from Barbara Forbes-Lyons.

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  • reply Justina Kochansky ,

    Thank you so much for featuring me! I’m glad I was able to provide a bit of whimsy to your day.


    • reply Shirley ,

      Love her work! So much imagination! And I just love the Squid…:)

      • reply Shane Smith ,

        OMG! New Years night. I looked at every single one…saved many. This is my brand of humor and right up there with Gary Larson. I hope she doesn’t burn herself out. Keep us enlightened!
        Shane Smith

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