"It's like watching a Cassavetes picture, but without all the stress." - Bushwick Film Festival
A young woman returns to her hometown to document the daily activities of her childhood neighborhood, but finds the outdoor bustle less active during the winter season.
My first book of cartoons Breaking Up Is Hard To Do, But You Could've Done Better published by Animal Media Group, available today!
This book started as a project to help me get over being dumped. I opened up submissions, asking the people of the internet to send me their heartbreak so I could illustrate it, and they did.
Have a story? Submissions will remain open as long as people keep getting dumped. Turn something ugly into something beautiful; Share your heartbreak with me.
Never miss a moment! Like the book on Facebook!
I co-illustrated NY Times columnist Jessica Bennett's book Feminist Fight Club, which Ilana Glazer (Broad City) calls "a classic, f*ck-you feminist battle guide." The book is now available from HarperWave, an imprint of HarperCollins.
Feminist Fight Club (and my illustrations!) were featured in this month's issue of Cosmopolitan. Read the excerpt, "How To Fight Back Against Sexism At Work" before ordering your copy today!
I like to make GIFs and other types of animation. I have made them for Refinery29 and for myself. Need one for you? Let's talk!
I am a Huffington Post contributor. New cartoons every Wednesday!
"A young woman documents the recent history of her family through handmade signs. The more signs we see, the more secrets are revealed. This is a documentary that plays like a personal essay, a wholly original and deeply felt take on the form." -No Budget Film Festival
The first of four wine labels I was commissioned to create for La Prenda Vineyards is now available in the Northern California area.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away, a dollar a month could keep the cartoonist alive. Consider becoming a patron of Cartoons by Hilary today!
Toast & Such, weekly on Real Pants. See it all here.
Working directly with founder Paula Broadwell I wrote and illustrated the “Think Broader Test,” a play off of the Bechdel Test for gender bias in the media. This cartoon serves as Think Broader’s leading image in their campaign to bring awareness to & end everyday media bias.
A woman reads and reacts to a short screenplay.
Hilary's mom likes to call her to talk about movies, but she just can't ever seem to remember what exactly happened.
A hand drawn series from Cartoons by Hilary.