Kavana (June 2016)
"Isaac Brynjegard-Bialik is a synthesizer, harmonizing tradition and modern culture, scholarship and aesthetics, playfulness and profundity..."
Oregon Jewish Life (Dec 2015)
"Isaac synthesizes comic book figures with Jewish tradition to produce his sleek, clean-lined version of an ancient art."
KCET Artbound (Nov 2015)
"Brynjegard-Bialik brings these different types of stories together in the complex but clean layers of his papercuts, creating new meanings for the world's oldest stories as he engineers these combinations with the architectural presence of stained glass, the whimsy of gilded-age fairy tales, and the meditative aura of illuminated manuscripts."
Park LaBrea News / Beverly Press (Nov 2015)
Tribe Magazine (Nov 2014)
"His work is a perfect blend of high-brow religiosity and pop culture, taking a sacred tradition and adding a modern flair."
Jewniverse (Feb 2014)
"...his devotion fuels and electrifies these pieces."
Jewish Journal (Oct 2013)
"Brynjegard-Bialik’s beautiful pieces, which weave in images from comic books to create mythic takes on Torah and the Jewish experience, breathe new life into the ... art of paper cutting."
Boing Boing (Mar 2013)
"...exquisite paper cuts from recycled comic books."
Pacific Sun (Sep 2012)
"Each piece demonstrates Brynjegard-Bialik's ability to create art that is both insanely complex and gorgeously simple."
J Weekly (Aug 2012)
"Brynjegard-Bialik combines traditional papercutting techniques with collage to create intricate pieces whose inspirations span centuries, blurring the lines between graphic storytelling and decorative arts, pop culture and worship."
Ink Destroyed My Brush (Aug 2012)
"Stunning, intricate work that has both a sense of playfulness as well as a much deeper layer of meanings."
Jewish Art Now (Feb 2012)
"One of the most innovative Jewish artists working in traditional papercut technique today."
The Forward (Jan 2012)
Memphis Flyer (Jan 2012)
Jewish Scene Magazine (Jan 2012)
Jack Kirby Collector
Santa Clarita Valley Signal
Los Angeles Jewish Journal