Perry Ellis by Matthew Woodson

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In 2006 Matthew Woodson created a series of four page comics for Perry Ellis’ 2006 Fall/Winter print advertisements and catalog. The comics appeared in several US men’s magazines and are reprinted on his website, Ghostco.

I can’t help but like his style, which reminds me of A Scanner Darkly. However, Woodson’s own, “free” work that he created for anthologies like Flight and Meathaus is so much stronger. Especially “Tendergrass” is very gripping.

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