Liz Lirakis makes awesome art from recycled comic books, thus her company name, Tracimoc, which is “comic art” backwards. She started this great Maker Faire robot-themed collage in her booth, and you can help add to it. She’s got stacks of cool comics, scissors, and Modge Podge for you to use. Come on by her booth in the northwest corner of Expo Hall and lend a hand. We’ll be taking the finished collage back to MAKE headquarters to hang in our office!
Maker Faire Project Profile
It's comic art, backwards. TRACIMOC takes homeless comic books and transforms them into a unique useable and wearable art. All the art is created from the original comic print which means there is no issues with copyright infringement. This allows each piece to be completely unique. Tracimoc supports the recycling of these previously "worthless" comics and strives to use green materials to transform them into something new. Pieces include- wallets, wall letters, canvas pieces, rings, necklaces, earrings, pins, bracelets, cufflinks, photo frames, purses, and much more!