(In A Sense) Lost & Found, my first hardcover graphic novella is up for preorder from Nobrow Press!

Here’s what the critics are saying so far:

"…an adventure through prose and art that takes hold of you, and lingers in your mind long after you finish."

Graphic Novel Reporter

"The plot of Muradov’s debut graphic novel floats like a dream-fog in surreal, rich art as the ludic dialogue refuses to direct the reader to a stable referent. Great stuff."


"This philosophical journey begins and ends with Muradov’s line-work, which is amazing. He breathes life into his characters, some human, and others less so, and likewise elevates the setting, which is equally fantastic and surreal."

The Comic Age

"…the kind of imaginary yet evocative tale that comics are great at capturing."

The Beat

If you live in San Francisco you can get a lovingly signed copy on September 6th at Mission Comics, or at SPX! In bookstores on September 9th.


lullabies  from essos { songs to lull little mermaids, young foals & harpy chicks to sleep }
don’t mind me, i’m just sailing on a sunrise

1. passage at dusk 2. exile’s song 3. ooh child 4. give me a horse 5. in a moment of greatness 6. pashupati mantra (blessing the animals) 7. nami 8. éirigh suas a stóirín 9. the last sin eater 10. ya lel ma atwalak (this never ending night) 11. love theme 12. climb to sakteng 13. go to sleep my little baby 14. bambalalao 15. sogni d’oro sebastiano 16. castle on a cloud 17. basque lullaby 18. along the shore of lake superior 19. nepal 20. through shadows dark 21. a mongol lullaby 22. rifrildi 23. universe
24. end of the world

[ L I S T E N ] 

Ralph Waldo Emerson (via feellng)

I cannot remember the books I’ve read any more than the meals I have eaten; even so, they have made me.



"oh, hey what are you reading?"
*shows book cover*

"what’s it about?"
*mumbles unintelligibly*


allow me to introduce you to some things made by zuhair murad


the guy who showed me it was indeed possible to fall in love with dresses


UFO zine

An infographic zine about UFOs, inspired by scientific journals and looney ufologists alike. Black and white, 48 pages, printed on newsprint. 




The witch’s pantry

W O A H .

DANG. You makin’ prints of these I want one.

Today: I realized while I was at work that if I were asked what I want in life, I would say for someone to say good job, for me to thank them and for both of us to genuinely mean it.