Sophia Foster-Dimino was commissioned by Michael Renaud, the creative director for the Pitchfork Review, to create a comic for the magazine's latest issue.
This was arguably one of the the smartest decisions Renaud has ever made, because the results are absolutely fabulous. Foster-Dimino has created drawings that invoke a sense of near-euphoric cheer in the viewer. You simply can't walk away from one of her drawings with a frown on your face; at most, you may feel a twinge of jealousy at the artist's incredible ability and passion.
Foster-Dimino has been involved in many other cool projects throughout her career -- for instance, she's been a Google Doodler in San Francisco for years. All her success is well deserved; Foster-Dimino's work seamlessly incorporates elements of teen flicks, graphic novels and Japanese animation.