They're Dead, Jim by Anna-Maria Jung
Anna-Maria Jung is an Austrian illustrator who produces illustrations for the editorial market, children’s books, graphic novels and apparel. Jung won the audience prize for her animated short Bloody Fish at the student film festival Filmriss in Salzburg, Austria; exhibited at An Exhibition of Unspeakable Things -- A Tribute to H.P. Lovecraft in the museum Maison d‘Ailleurs in Yverdon-les-Bains; and produced more than 150 illustrations for the apparel market. Inspired by movies, cartoons, comics and other narrative media, Jung yearned to tell her own stories. At 18, she published her first graphic novel, Urbanity, in Austria. At the University of Applied Sciences in Salzburg from 2003 to 2007, she studied "Multi Media Arts" with a focus on traditional animation. Jung graduated from FIT in New York in 2011 She lives in Graz, Austria.