Sit down with Pennsylvania-based graphic designer and letterer Matt Krotzer as we discuss what the Lower Your Sights project means to him, his contribution to the anthology, and his thoughts on the unifying power of art.
Q: What does this project mean to you?
Matt: Seeing the atrocities of the Russians against Ukrainian citizens, doing anything I could to
lend aid and awareness to their plight was important to me.
Q: What is your contribution to Lower Your Sights? (Short Story, Pinup, Etc.)
Q: In addition to supplying food and essential supplies, Voices of Children also provides art therapy to help kids cope and overcome the stress, anxiety, and trauma of living in war conditions. Do you believe art has the power to heal?
Matt: Absolutely. Art can inspire, tell stories, and lift spirits.
About Matt Krotzer
Matt Krotzer (Maybe Someday, House of Fear, Strayed) is a letterer and graphic designer based in Central PA. He is the recipient of numerous GDUSA design awards and his work can be found in finer independent comics around the world.
Twitter: @mattkrotzer | Facebook: comicbookletters
Matt’s lettering will be featured in the short story, Invisible Child, from our upcoming Ukrainian benefit anthology, Lower Your Sights
Mad Cave Studios and Voices Of Children are teaming up to publish Lower Your Sights, a graphic novel anthology, to raise awareness and proceeds for children impacted by war. Earnings from the book’s sales are going directly to the Voices of Children foundation.
Lower Your Sights is available for preorder (FOC on August 29th 2022), and officially in stores on September 14th, 2022. You can pre-order your very own copy of this benefit anthology here.