Kristina Gehrmann is a professional illustrator and graphic novel creator who makes beautifully crafted digital paintings in a traditional style, usually of historical subjects. You can follow at:

➡️ @kristinagehrmann

Gehrmann's website is at

Gareth Sleightholme is a freelance artist who creates incredibly detailed and spectacular art for comics, tabletop RPGs and other purposes, often with a fantasy theme. You can follow at:

➡️ @hesir

Sleightholme has a portfolio site at

Nicholas Nada is an artist who does all kinds of drawings, often of characters from popular fiction. You can follow at:

➡️ @nixnada

Libreture promotes DRM-free e-books, maintains a directory of DRM-free bookshops and provides an online ecosystem (storage, reading lists etc) for DRM-free book collections. You can follow at:

➡️ @libreture

Their website is at

DRM-free means an e-book can be kept forever, even if the service you bought it from closes down. It can also be used on any device you choose without any restrictions.

Johnny Gans (aka Citizen Octopus) is a cartoonist and illustrator who also does microfiction posts. You can follow at:


Gans has a DeviantArt page at

David Revoy is an amazing illustrator, creator of the Pepper & Carrot webcomic, artist for many Libre projects and an instructor for Krita. You can follow at:

➡️ @davidrevoy

Revoy's site is at

You can see Pepper & Carrot at

Revoy has done artwork for the Fediverse and FOSS world including @peertube , @spritelyproject and many more.

Vanessa Stefaniuk is an artist and creator of the Radio Silence webcomic. You can follow at:

➡️ @quietsnooze

Stefaniuk's official site is at

Radio Silence is an LGBT story about a new rock band getting their first taste of fame, and how they relate to each other.

The Radio Silence website is at

Libreture promotes DRM-free ebooks, has a directory of DRM-free bookshops, and provides an online ecosystem (storage, reading lists etc) specifically designed for DRM-free ebooks. You can follow them at:

➡️ @libreture

Their site is at

(DRM-free means that you can keep the book you buy forever, and use it on any device you choose, even if the bookshop closes down.)

BookWyrm is a new open federated alternative to Goodreads, and part of the Fediverse:

➡️ @bookwyrm

You can post about books you're reading, and interact with others on BookWyrm, Mastodon etc.

The platform is still a work in progress:

The flagship instance is at:

Development git is here:

Spearhafoc is a comic book creator currently focusing on pulp interpretations of classic characters from history and literature. You can follow at:

➡️ @Spearhafoc

Spearhafoc's website is at

David Revoy is a talented illustrator, creator of the Pepper & Carrot webcomic, Krita instructor and supporter of libre projects. You can follow at:

➡️ @davidrevoy

The Pepper & Carrot series is available at and as a series of print-on-demand books.

Revoy has created artwork for many FOSS projects too, including @peertube , @fsf , @spritelyproject and more.

Libreture promotes DRM-free eBooks and digital comics by providing services like online storage, reading lists, a DRM-free bookshop directory and more.

You can follow at:

➡️ @libreture

Official site is at

DRM-free means you get to keep books you buy, even if the bookshop closes down.

DRM books disappear forever when stores close down (for example:


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