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Illustrator, Artist, Weirdo.

(1985 – ?)

My name is Justin Cammer (pronounced like “hammer” with a “C”), born and raised in Charleston, SC. I have been creating art my entire life in one way or another. I studied Graphic Design and have worked mostly in print shops, but also doing freelance design work. With a childhood long focus in drawing, I have mostly developed a style which originated from that of old American gag style cartoons. Inspired by such innovators as Tex Avery, Winsor McCay, R. Crumb, John Kricfalusi, Jim Henson, and so many more. But over the years, the projects have taken on a life of their own. I have also found an interest in designing and building sets, props, and even puppets at times. Ranging in style, medium, size, shape, you name it. I will try to make it.

I also have a strong i…

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  • Born on October 20
  • Joined June 23, 2010

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About

Illustrator, Artist, Weirdo.

(1985 – ?)

My name is Justin Cammer (pronounced like “hammer” with a “C”), born and raised in Charleston, SC. I have been creating art my entire life in one way or another. I studied Graphic Design and have worked mostly in print shops, but also doing freelance design work. With a childhood long focus in drawing, I have mostly developed a style which originated from that of old American gag style cartoons. Inspired by such innovators as Tex Avery, Winsor McCay, R. Crumb, John Kricfalusi, Jim Henson, and so many more. But over the years, the projects have taken on a life of their own. I have also found an interest in designing and building sets, props, and even puppets at times. Ranging in style, medium, size, shape, you name it. I will try to make it.

I also have a strong interest in Charleston history. I work part time at the Old Exchange Building. Today a Revolutionary War Museum, it was the location of all major discussions over Independence in early Charles Towne. During the Southern Campaign it was occupied by the British Army, being used as a barracks and also a military prison where Signers of the Declaration, Sons of Liberty, Continental Soldiers, and other Patriots were imprisoned. Besides Independence Hall in Philly it is the only building left standing where the United States Constitution was first Ratified.

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