John Dossinger, left and his girlfriend Kaitlin Statz perform “The Hard Sell,” a scene from Dossinger’s epic, Legend of the Boar Knight on Sunday at Animate! Miami. Statz illustrates Dossinger’s collections of stories set to music and creates her own work, which includes fantasy cartography. Dossinger’s work, collected under his brand name “Careless Juja,” is inspired by mythologies that are uncommon to the American public, like German and Slavic folklore. Dossinger also covers video game theme songs on his accordian, which he decided to learn after accordion music appeared in his dreams when he was 16.
John Dossinger, left and his girlfriend Kaitlin Statz perform “The Hard Sell,” a scene from Dossinger’s epic, Legend of the Boar Knight on Sunday at Animate! Miami. Statz illustrates Dossinger’s collections of stories set to music and creates her own work, which includes fantasy cartography. Dossinger’s work, collected under his brand name “Careless Juja,” is inspired by mythologies that are uncommon to the American public, like German and Slavic folklore. Dossinger also covers video game theme songs on his accordian, which he decided to learn after accordion music appeared in his dreams when he was 16. Alex Harris aharris@miamiherald.com
John Dossinger, left and his girlfriend Kaitlin Statz perform “The Hard Sell,” a scene from Dossinger’s epic, Legend of the Boar Knight on Sunday at Animate! Miami. Statz illustrates Dossinger’s collections of stories set to music and creates her own work, which includes fantasy cartography. Dossinger’s work, collected under his brand name “Careless Juja,” is inspired by mythologies that are uncommon to the American public, like German and Slavic folklore. Dossinger also covers video game theme songs on his accordian, which he decided to learn after accordion music appeared in his dreams when he was 16. Alex Harris aharris@miamiherald.com

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