Franke James has a terrific cross-media comic book style.
Via the Pop!Tech blog.
Thanks! I’ve never been called a ‘cross-media comic book style artist’ before — but I like it! Maybe I’ll use it…
Hey Franke! In case it wasn’t clear — (I think it was, yeah?) — I meant it as a high, high compliment. I love work that crosses boundaries between illustration, comic book-y rendering, photography, typography, etc. Really nicely done.
Thank you! I am flattered! My visual essays are really fun to put together — glad you see it that way too.
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