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VIDEO: Frank Quitely – What Do Artists Do All Day? #DCComics #Superman

  • date
  • July 31, 2015

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In the UK, on the BBC channel, they have a TV Program called, “What Do Artists Do All Day?”. Each episode features a day in the life of a working Artist and the variety of fields covered is pretty interesting. I mean, they feature many people in both the “Fine Art” world and the more commercial “Graphic Artists” world.

In this episode (down below) we get to meet the UK Comic Book Artist, Frank Quitely. He is best known in the United States for having worked on “All-Star Superman” with Writer Grant Morrison that were published by DC Comics. (We would also like to mention that the Designer Chip Kidd created the special “Superman” comic book logo for this series of book covers). Enjoy & please remember to share on your favorite social media ;)


CHIP KIDD Famous Quote 8-BIT PIXEL ART by Argentina Artist #KAERU

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  • May 12, 2015

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Here’s a quick post to share this AWESOME “Chip Kidd Quote” 8-BIT PIXEL ART created by a Graphic Designer and Post-Modern Pop Artist in Argentina named KAERU! It’s loosely based on Chip’s famous quote, shown down below.

Also, to check out more of Kaeru’s hilarious and though provoking artwork please CLICK HERE!

 

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San Diego Comic Con Announces Michael Cho as 2015 Souvenir Book Cover Artist

  • date
  • April 2, 2015

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Comic-Con International revealed the art for this year’s Souvenir Book at a special event co-sponsored with the CBLDF. The event, part of Will Eisner Week, was held at the Society of Illustrators in New York City on Wednesday, March 4. The CCI/CBLDF event was part of an ongoing series of education programs offered by the two organizations.

This year’s book features an incredible cover by illustrator Michael Cho (whose book, Shoplifter (Pantheon), was one of the best reviewed graphic novels of 2014), celebrating the legacy of Will Eisner’s The Spirit. Eisner’s character debuted in 1940 as a Sunday newspaper supplement and in its heyday reached over 5 million readers each week.

The Comic-Con International Souvenir Book is a full-color, keepsake trade paperback that is published each year and given free to all attendees at the event (while supplies last). Comic-Con International 2015 will be held July 9-12 at the San Diego Convention Center.


 


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