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Friday, March 04, 2005

Bikes & Comics

Slightly reminiscent of Fred Negros work?

From Minneapolis: Being concise is a challenge for any writer, but for cartoonists brevity is supreme. For many, words are secondary to pictures and it’s the illustration that matters most. What distinguishes a great cartoonist from a talented illustrator is his or her ability to tell a story with words and pictures—to write and draw— delivering a powerful message succinctly, using a particular style—humor, satire, socio-political commentary, serial, etc. Local cartoonists Roger Lootine, Ken Avidor and Andy Singer have collectively been doodling for decades. And while each artist has a distinct style, all three share a passion for biking that’s highlighted in the new Bikes & Comics show at One on One Bicycle Studio.


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