Websites: www.andyswist.com, www.campbloodcomics.com, The Mystery at CampBlood, www.foxyandy.com
Bio: Andy Swist is an illustrator/ graphic designer living in Brooklyn, New York. Andy has a versatile style, allowing him the pleasure to work in a variety of industries ranging from fashion to comics.
His work has been featured in the anthology Young Bottoms in Love (Poison Press) as well as past issues of Prism Comics: Your LGBT Guide to Comics.
"Foxy Andy" was created as a venue to share his more sexually charged work. In early 2009 he completed and self published his first gay erotic comic, "Second Chances" written by Dale Lazarov. Foxy Andy has been included in gallery shows, nightclubs, and various adult publications, including Stripped Uncensored by Gmunder.
In late 2009, Andy launched a series of paper dolls and artwork related to the HBO series True Blood out of his fandom for the show and was included in the book Truly, Madly, Deadly: The Unofficial True Blood Companion.
In April 2010 Andy launched a website dedicated to horror comics and related art from a LGBT perspective called CampBlood Comics. This site features exclusive artwork and webcomic titles the first of which he wrote and illustrated titled, "The Mystery at CampBlood".
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