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Interview and gallery of Sofia Warren
Let us introduce you to Sofia Warren, a talented cartoonist, writer and animator from the United States! She has been a cartoonist for The New Yorker since 2017 and has also contributed to MoMA magazine, Narrative Magazine and Catapult, to name a few. His illustrations command attention with beautiful designs as well as clever, witty remarks that one might find oddly relatable.
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bored panda contacted Sofia to find out a bit more about her and her creative process. The first question we asked was how her journey as a designer began. This is what she answered: “I met the devil in a dark and dirty street. He said, ‘I see you’re out of luck, kid. How about a deal? The fame, the fortune, the high life He gave me, all for the very low price of my soul. I said that sounded pretty good, and take the damn thing. The devil examined my soul, noting the holes, soot and grime. He wrinkled his nose. “OK, you know I can’t give you full price for it,” the devil said, pointing to a particularly pronounced stain. “What is that, ketchup?” (it was Chianti). But I’m not a quitter, so I haggled and cajoled and now here I am, living my celebrity life on the cheap. I think I got a very good deal.