Cartoonist Mitch E. Vicieux

A chibi-style avatar of the artist. They are sitting on a hand presenting them to the viewer with a white background. Their character has short blonde hair, pink aviator glasses, and top surgery scars.


Howdy! I'm a queer cartoonist from Southern Maryland, currently based in Columbus, OH. My work focuses on the multi-modal potential of comic arts, and how caricaturized forms relate to the trans body. I've earned an MFA in Art & Technology from THE Ohio State University and a BA in Digital Media from St. Mary's College of Maryland. Investigating global cartooning practices, I completed an animation intensive at Accademia Italiana in Florence, Italy, and researched popular culture at the University of Tsukuba in Ibaraki, Japan. In Columbus, I co-founded the Columbus Cartoon Coalition and currently serve as a Navigator for the Greater Columbus Arts Council. In town you'll find me slingin' zines, painting murals, and hanging out in our fabulous Metropolitan Libraries!

Past Exhibitions

Correspond, The Bret Llewellyn Art Gallery at Alfred State College
17 Days Project, Atrium Gallery at Western Michigan University
Animunculi, Blockfort Gallery
Chromatic, Wild Goose Creative
Columbus Moving Image Art Review
God Made Me, Urban Arts Space
NO EVIL EYE, Wexner Center for the Arts