Saturday, March 24, 2007

Feed My Starving Children Comics

Here are some new comics from Sherwin Schwartzrock for the ministry, Feed My Starving Children.

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Feed My Starving Children in a non-profit organization committed to feeding God's starving children hungry in body and spirit. Their approach is simple: Volunteers pack nutritious meals made up of rice, soy, vitamins and dehydrated vegetables, and they partner with relief organizations worldwide to distribute these meals to starving children.

Community Comics has been given the opportunity to help spread the awareness of Feed My Starving Children and to encourage the volunteers to continue their work with this very worthwhile organization. We would also like to open up the opportunity for other artists, companies or studios to provide art for future two-page comic flyers. A small amount of room at the bottom of each comic will be allowed to promote the artist/company/studio's website. For the cost of producing 2 pages of comic art, FMSC will guarantee distribution of 80,000 flyers directly to Christian teens. The flyers will be kept in circulation for successive years, so the promotion could reach 500,000 teens by 2008.

Please contact Sherwin Schwartzrock if you’re interested in learning more about this unique opportunity.

Feed My Starving Children


Kneon Transitt said...

Wow, that's gorgeous!

Not that Sherwin's work normally isn't... but it's strikingly different from his other comics work.

Just when you think you have someone figgered out... ;)

Bud Rogers said...


Actually, Sherwin's moving more and more into this direction. He wants to find something that can double as a printable comic as well as be versatile enough to allow some limited flash animation as a web-comic.

He's been doing something along those lines for a client of his and the results are pretty sweet. I'll try to post a link to it when it goes live.

Lewis Tuck. said...

I love Sherwins style on this comic. Hope to see more of him doing this style.