Vegetables (from the series Meanwhile, Farmers' Market Farmers)

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Artist Statement


I drew these mushrooms and vegetables early one morning at the San Francisco Civic Center Farmers' Market as the farmers walked me through their stalls, sharing the names of and details about their produce. These images were originally part of the series Meanwhile, Farmers' Market Farmers, an illustrated documentary depicting the life of farmers, told through drawings and the words of the farmers themselves. It is one of an ongoing series of Meanwhile illustrated documentaries, in which I spent a month with a subculture, getting to know the people, drawing their lives and interviewing them about what they do and why. I form the resulting images and words into a narrative that shares their story. You can see Meanwhile, Farmers' Market Farmers in its entirety here. You can see other Meanwhile documentaries here.


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Wendy MacNaughton's work has been featured in the New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, GOOD, Print, Lucky Peach and others. She is a staff illustrator for Longshot, a contributor to Pop-Up Magazine and her illustrated documentary project Meanwhile is published regularly in The Rumpus. She is a member of GraphicJournos, a group of journalists, illustrators and artists who report stories using pictures and words. Wendy is the 2012 artist in residence at Intersection for the Arts in San Francisco, and she has a book forthcoming from Bloomsbury. She lives in SF with her partner and their cats.