Jacki Randall is an American cartoonist, tattoo artist, musician, and writer. Born in Los Angeles in 1959, Randall first garnered attention for her lesbian focused cartoons in the Baltimore Gaypaper in 1981. Her comics have been featured in publications such as Gay Comics, The Baltimore Sun, On Our Backs, and Lesbian Connection. Randall is currently based in Baltimore, Maryland, where she works as a tattoo artist.
|Born:||1959, Los Angeles, California|
|Occupation:||Tattoo artist, cartoonist, writer, musician|
|Website:||Jacki Randall's Official site|
About Jacki Randall
American cartoonist who became famous for her lesbian-focused cartoons. She contributed to numerous publications throughout her career, including The Spectator, International Tattoo Art, and On Our Backs.
She was self-taught and discovered her artistic abilities at a very young age.
She also worked as a tattoo artist in San Francisco and published work in Jewish Times, Independent Biker, and Calyx Magazine.
She was born in Los Angeles.
Her works were also published in publication The Spectator which, in 1853, published a negative -- albeit anonymous -- review of Bleak House by Charles Dickens.
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