Skeleton Comic

'Yes, Skeleton'

34 Page Graphic Fiction

* This work contains themes and language which are not suitable for children. *

Joe's first graphic story, from a conversation about the comic potential of skeletons. Fabricated from amalgamated recollections of college life and the common graphic autobiography form.

2005-2006. Ink on Paper, Digitally Manipulated. Original Dimensions, 11"x 8".

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Reproductions Available.

Works on Paper

Joe's skills are founded on his drawing practice. He has produced and sold a broad range of rendered and printed work in a variety of mediums, from pencil sketches to computer graphics. Drawing has also provided a place where Joe's literary and visual impulses can exist together to mutual effect, each elevating the other toward the communication of messages of breadth and complexity less suited to more static media.

Graphic Concept 1 'Oh Sean, We Are Loss...' Stalingrad Elvis Costello Various Portraits 'Jap' Study Leaving Union Station
German Soldier with Cigar Edie's Sheep 'Yes, Skeleton' Train In Vain