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David Blumenstein is a cartoonist and illustrator from the United States. He was born in 1980 and is currently 43 years old. He is best known for his work in the comic book industry, having worked on titles such as The Walking Dead, Invincible, and The Goon. Blumenstein has been drawing since he was a child, and his passion for art led him to pursue a career in the comic book industry. He has worked for a variety of publishers, including Image Comics, Dark Horse Comics, and DC Comics. He has also done freelance work for various companies, including Marvel Comics, IDW Publishing, and Boom! Studios. Blumenstein has won several awards for his work, including the Eisner Award for Best Penciller/Inker in 2011 and the Harvey Award for Best Artist in 2012. He has also been nominated for several other awards, including the Ignatz Award for Outstanding Artist in 2013. Blumenstein currently lives in Los Angeles, California, and continues to work in the comic book industry. His net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.
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Blumenstein wrote Free Money, Please in 2019 and released it simultaneously on Medium and zco.mx. It is a graphic essay about cryptocurrency and passive income.
Blumenstein co-hosted a podcast in 2017 called Pitchface in which he and co-host Adam Wajnberg pitch creative and business ideas.
In 2015, Blumenstein wrote #takedown: My evening on a pier with pick-up artists and protesters, a book about professional pickup artist Julien Blanc, who was heavily protested, and eventually ejected from the country, while on a controversial tour of Australia.
After submitting a piece by Tristian to the Senate inquiry into George Brandis' funding cuts to the Australia Council for the Arts in 2015, Blumenstein was warned that making a submission purporting to be from a non-existent person could find him in contempt of Senate. He withdrew Tristian's submission but made one himself on behalf of Squishface Studio.
Currently Blumenstein works as a service designer and visual communicator. He was hired in 2015 as a founding designer in the IAG Labs, and spoke about his drawing, prototyping and design work at the UX Australia conference in 2017.
In 2014 he was one of a group of animators selected for the Designing Dreams Studio, an initiative of ACMI and Dreamworks.
In 2014 Blumenstein was interviewed by comedian/writer Justin Heazlewood for the book Funemployed, which is about the financial challenges that face artists working in Australia. He also appeared on the subsequent ABC radio series of the same name.
In 2013, he won an award for Graphic Short Story in Melbourne's Lord Mayor's Creative Writing Awards for a piece called The Bolt Report. Blumenstein wrote the piece in epistolary voice, as his school-aged younger brother, Tristian, completing a media studies assignment. The piece was subsequently attacked by its subject, conservative commentator Andrew Bolt. Blumenstein later continued writing in Tristian's voice for pieces published at Daily Review and The Lifted Brow.
In 2012, Blumenstein co-founded Squishface Studio, Australia’s first open comics studio, which functions as a workplace, retail space and classroom. It supports itself through workshops and memberships. He was also part of the Caravan of Comics, a cartoonist tour of North America.
He directed the short animated film Herman, the Legal Labrador in 2004; it starred Shaun Micallef, Katrina Mathers, Loc Nghe and Santo Cilauro. He later directed the music video The Happiest Boy for The Bedroom Philosopher, segments of the C31 anthology series Take One and the animated series Be A Man.
Blumenstein's film Shit Party was a selection of the 2002 Melbourne International Film Festival.
David Blumenstein (born 1980) is a service designer, writer, cartoonist and animation director based in Melbourne. He is a founding member of Squishface Studio, a co-share workspace for comic artists.