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Four to Follow: Antonio Livingston’s Picksby The Biscuit Staff on January 24, 2020
Antonio Livingston sees his job as a senior graphic designer with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools as “dynamically impacting students, schools and other departments, as well as community partners through creative design and mentoring,” which is awesome and fills us with hope.
But, it’s his answer to “Who are you?” that really hooks us: “designer, Lover of all things creative, aspiring polyglot”, Beardo.” We can confirm that Antonio’s beard is magnificent, as is his extensive knowledge of comic books. How could we not ask him to give us four Instagram recommendations? He shared with us:
“Asha is a local reiki master, energy worker. With posting events or webinars with topics ranging from healing to the reiki to yoga, she’s like CNN — the “Chakra News Network.” Many times, she posting words of wisdom and inspiration to keep you moving to the next level, whatever your passions may be.” – Antonio Livington
(Co-Creator of Spider-Gwen)
“Jason is an award-winning comic book artist, with titles like Southern Bastards, Spider-Gwen and Django in his portfolio. I admire his work and the simplistic style of his line. He lives right here in Charlotte. And, he’s a fellow ECU (East Carolina University) grad, I might add. Approachable and attends many of the local cons.” – Antonio Livingston
“I just met Joshua at the 2019 Make-A-Mark CLT Make-A-Thon and I’ve grown to admire his photog. skills ever since. He has a great eye and a knack for capturing the moment. From his fashion shots to covering local events, his images are rich and vibrant.” – Antonio Livingston
“One of my goals this year is to be more creative. That end, I try to draw something every day. As a source of creative fodder, I follow the #doodle hashtag. There is a daily plethora of drawings, sketches, paintings and of course the occasional Labordoodle to be inspired by.” – Antonio Livingston
NOTE: Antonio drew the image below as part of his goal to sketch every single day in 2020.