Combining dark humor with incisive visuals, Shields is as bald with her awkward personal anecdotes as she is with the sport she loves. From a comic rewrite of referee signaling to a harrowing list of NFL assault cases, the result is an unprecedented interrogation of football and fandom.
Natalie Shields is a Seattle-raised book artist and daughter of bestselling author David Shields. She is a NYC-based graduate of RISD, a member of design collective Henry Blank, and a designer at Doubleday & Cartwright. Her book Love, Floppy Disks, & Other Things the Internet Killed received the RISD thesis award.