Tomine

I thought it was time for a bit of color on these here pages.  And so here’s a random illustration by the one and only Adrian Tomine (from the New York Times Magazine, Oct. 16, 2005 issue), graciously provided for by the One That Shall Not Be Named ( who also sent me the Dupuy and Berbérian one yesterday, by the way).

(illustration © The New York Times Company)

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2 Responses to Tomine

  1. Adrian Tomine (born May 31, 1974), a popular contemporary cartoonist, is best known for his ongoing graphic novel series Optic Nerve and his periodical illustrations in The New Yorker.

    Despite heavy youth-culture exposure, (he is often referenced in mainstream publications such as Entertainment Weekly and teen TV dramas) Tomine remains a largely underground figure, placed demographically between RAW artists such as Art Spiegelman and Harvey Pekar, and the relationship-oriented artists of the late 90s such as Craig Thompson.

  2. Adrian Tomine (born May 31, 1974), a popular contemporary cartoonist, is best known for his ongoing graphic novel series Optic Nerve and his periodical illustrations in The New Yorker.

    Despite heavy youth-culture exposure, (he is often referenced in mainstream publications such as Entertainment Weekly and teen TV dramas) Tomine remains a largely underground figure, placed demographically between RAW artists such as Art Spiegelman and Harvey Pekar, and the relationship-oriented artists of the late 90s such as Craig Thompson.

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