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Nicole Schulman was born and raised in

New York City in the 1970’s by a couple of Jews from the Bronx. She is mostly known for her political cartoons published with the World War 3 Illustrated collective, editing Wobblies!: A Graphic History and murals facilitated by Groundswell Community Mural Project NYC. Currently, she is a full time union high school art and graphic design teacher. Nicole also paints, designs enamel pins under the name of Gussie Grubman, buys too many records and watches too many horror films. If you do not appreciate John Carpenter's The Thing you cannot be her friend. She is currently living in Brooklyn with her three better halves- her husband and two cats.


  • Blended Beings- Various Locations in Newark, NewJersey 2023

  • PEREVOROT- Solidarity With Ukraine- Various Cities Including St. Petersburg, Prague, Berlin New York City, 2022-23.

  • Momento Mori: Group show at Parachute Projects, January 2018

  • Judgement Day: Group Show at ABC No Rio, November 2017

  • Brooklyn Utopias In TRANITion: Group show at The Old Stone House, Brooklyn, September 17, 2013-February 16, 2014

  • Loteria: Group show at K Space Contemporary Art, Corpus Christie, Texas, November 1 – December 15 2013

  • Graphic Radicals: Group show at Exit Art Gallery NYC, December 2010- February 2011

  • The Power of Art, Election’08: Art Speaks to Power & Politics: Group show at Puffin Foundation Gallery, 2008

  • Solo Exhibition: Alcove Gallery, Chelsea, March-April 2007Komikazen Festival: Graphic novel exhibition and festival at the City Art Museum, Ravenna Italy 2005. Featured artist and speaker

  • Paper Politics: Group exhibition, Seattle Print Arts, 2005

  • Three Cities Against The Wall: Group exhibition, Tel Aviv, Ramallah, New York. October 2005


  • “What You See Is Not Who I Am”: 12 mural panels for Artworks for Freedom, 3855 North 30th Street Arlington, VA, 2014

  • “Tree of Health”: mural diptych, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, 2014

  • “Live Long”: Horizons Juvenile Detention Center clinic, 560 Brook Avenue Bronx, 2014

  • “You Are The Path”: Horizons Juvenile Detention Center residence hall, 560 Brook Avenue Bronx, 2014

  • “The Peace of Womenkind”: Montefiore Medical Center, 3444 Kossuth Avenue Bronx, 2013

  • “Mother of All”: Montefiore Medical Center, 305 East 161st Street Bronx, 2013

  • “For Those Who Speak And Have To Speak”: 185 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, 2012

  • “Diversity Is A Rich Tapestry”: NYC Middle Lab School, 333 West 17th Street, Manhattan, 2011

  • “A Brief History of the Ironbound”: 926 Raymond Boulevard Newark, NJ, 2010

  • “Some Walls Are Invisible”: Valentino Pier, Redhook Brooklyn, 2010

  • “Nature’s Playground”: PS 47, 1794 East 172nd Street, Bronx, 2009

  • “Water Is The Life Of NYC”: 209 4th Avenue Brooklyn, 2008

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