This page is where fellow creatives can share libertarian artwork (music, illustration, sculpture, writing, games, etc.), check out the artwork of other artists, and potentially network / collaborate on future projects!
Voluntaryist Comics: In a time when libertarians sought for more meaningful entertainment and positive ways to engage the culture around them, one person stepped forward with a unique comic series that explores what it truly means to be free! It’s the Voluntaryist Comic, an epic story of a superhuman hero pitted against dastardly foes! Check out our exclusive interview right here!
Libertarian Country: Are you a free market libertarian who is interested in starting your own business? If so (and even if you’re not), you’ll find the following exclusive interview with Libertarian Country a fascinating journey into the world of capitalism, entrepreneurship and yes, even personal freedom. But there’s also plenty to talk about here in regards to designing culturally relevant artwork for clothing, as well as how an individual might break free from the whole left/right paradigm – and end up on the road to liberty. Read more from this amazing interview right here!
The Creative Team at Ascension Epoch! Explore the awesome creative talent behind this exciting sci-fi universe! Check it out at the Ascension Epoch website. Also read the exclusive Libertopia interview at Artist Interview: Ascension Epoch!
Author George Donnelly: George Donnelly is the author of Lando Cruz (an agorist novel), Pink Slip Prophet (a cyberpunk novella) and Death Shop (a cautionary tale of a voluntary republic gone wrong). He’s also the editor of Defiant, She Advanced, the first libertarian science fiction anthology in a decade! Read our exclusive interview!
Street Artist BINES: Bines is a street artist whose work can be seen all over Philadelphia. Some of his pieces utilize a strong message of liberty and incorporate such personalities as Adam Kokesh, Rand Paul, Vermin Supreme or Bob Ross, while others are simply designed to add a little bit of individual artistry to a blank wall or abandoned space. Read more at Street Artist Bines: Expressions of Liberty!
Artist Ben Garrison: Mr. Garrison is a liberty-minded cartoonist and artist who has a lot of great cartoons to his credit – including this entry in the 2015 Art Contest! (Note: Make sure you have the right Ben Garrison, as he has been the subject of identity theft). See more of Ben Garrison’s Work at his website: Grrrgraphics.com!
Author Robert Kroese: Robert Kroese is a bestselling author who wrote his first novel, Mercury Falls, as recently as 2009! Since then, he has three more books in the Mercury series; a humorous epic fantasy, Disenchanted; and a quantum physics noir thriller, Schrodinger’s Gat. His latest book is Starship Grifters. Read our exclusive interview!
Artist Paqui Romero: Paqui Romero is an artist who is quickly becoming well known in the libertarian / voluntaryist / anarcho community for her portraits – as well as beautiful landscapes, fantasy images and numerous pieces that captures the beauty of life itself. Read our interview with her here!
Christianarchy Podcast: It’s amazing seeing how many creative people are out there utilizing their skills to engage with a variety of groups within our community! Jeremiah Mitchell of the Christianarchy Podcast discusses his podcast and his perspective on Statism and living a full life free from aggression. Check out our interview with this talented podcaster by clicking here!
Caryn Ann Harlos: Libertopia cartoons chats with the creative and talented Caryn Ann Harlos, the Region 1 Representative of the Libertarian National Committee (amongst many other things, which can be read about in more detail below). Don’t miss this exclusive interview with one of the most unique and influential voices within the libertarian community! Read it right here.
2016 Art Contest Winners: We’ve had a TON of FUN with our 2nd Annual libertarian art contest of 2016! And now, we’re super excited to announce the Adult and Youth Category winners. From an amazing cartoon designed for Homeschoolers to artwork on adoption and an insightful illustration regarding liberty for our world, you can check them all out right here!
Also check out the following blog posts from libertopia cartoons!
- Are libertarian graphic artists needed?
- Avatar Mike Phantom’s Zim / Rocko 2016 Artwork!
- Libertarian Artists (Part 1)
- Art Contest 2015 Winners
- Libertopia Graphics