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Available at all my gallery and comic con exhibits by Ant1-Her0-Project
Available at all my gallery and comic con exhibits
My art book:

The ANT1-HER0 Project -- CONCEPTS, Vol. 1 : Duality -- 34 pages, magazine quality, $10 each

11x17 High quality, lasal photo prints -- a much higher quality than standard art prints -- $30 each

All come sealed in protective plastic sleeves at no extra charge.
The ANT1-HER0 Project - Vol.1 : DUALITY by Ant1-Her0-Project
The ANT1-HER0 Project - Vol.1 : DUALITY

Do you like art? Do you like books? Do you like art books, or books about art? Are you looking to see something cool, read some stuff, and maybe get inspired?

If so, you're not alone -- ask your doctor what The ANT1-HER0 Project can do for you. 

Side affects may include visual stimulation, critical thought, forming opinions about things, and having discussions with people you may or may not know.

I'll be at booth 1058! If you're going, come check out The ANT1-HER0 Project!
  • Listening to: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
  • Reading: Batman, Punk Rock Jesus, Akira, Joe The Barbarian
  • Watching: Sin City
  • Playing: in brain traffic
  • Eating: Nothing
  • Drinking: Sam Adams


Travis J Gibbs
Artist | Professional | Traditional Art
United States
An artist, poet, and performer.

Travis Gibbs is a Hygienic Art Galleries Resident Artist, raised in New London, CT. He's entirely self-taught, and heavily inspired by comic book art, graffiti, and Japanese animation. He prefers to work in black and grey, and uses a variety of drafting tools, leads, and inks on illustration board.

*Not currently not taking any commission work, and will not design tattoos.

The ANT1-HER0 Project:

A multimedia concept I created to depict the world around me —
drawing from my thoughts, interests,
experiences and ever-evolving social, political and spiritual ideology.
The characters are all extensions of myself,
in a world where I’m trying to do so much more than just merely exist…

“Antai Hirow”, the tag name of a deeply conflicted graffiti artist,
turned revolutionary in a dystopian police state —
while “Ordinary Joe” and “Plain Jane”
represent products of American industry,
programmed to function as society’s ideal conformists.

A self-destructive vandal clashing with automated figures of authority —
is this an example of corporate America gone too far, or a society too far gone?
What happens when an isolated free-thinker
declares war on these super-imposed standards for conformity?

It’s in our nature to dehumanize our enemies and desensitize ourselves
as a coping mechanism for conflict —
how far will these characters go before their reality becomes distorted,
and the lines they've drawn begin to blur?

our mission:

Art is more than just entertainment and decoration,
it’s one of the fastest and most effective vehicles
for inspiring social change.
We aim to propel artists to the frontline of this


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RobertGill Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2014
Thanks for the 'Watch!
Ant1-Her0-Project Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
You're work is awesome, thanks for sharing.
Ace-Continuado Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2013   Traditional Artist
Thanks for watching! :D
Ant1-Her0-Project Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Nice work!
Apollyon888 Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Hey thanks for the watch, I really appreciate it!
Ant1-Her0-Project Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
No doubt!
mannieboy Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2013  Professional
Mugaroo Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey, I saw your comment on the forum. Thought I'd do my bit and seek out some talent for recognition, and my friend your gallery is amazing, I'd love to know your technique, how do you create such realistic renditions of your faces. Good work
Ant1-Her0-Project Featured By Owner May 4, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks man! Forgive my late response, I was very busy with my first big gallery exhibition, and haven't been online much. I have a close friend who's a profossional photo journalist, and he shoots reference photos for me. It's kind of like a performance, I go with a lot of ideas and he shoots my poses to use for my projects.
Mugaroo Featured By Owner May 6, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's really cool, it's useful having friends with skills. It's reassuring to know you use photo ref, as an artist I don't use enough so to see the benefits really push the point. And congrats on the exhibition, I imagine you did very well. Good luck in the future. :)
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