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Adrian Tomine New York Sketches 2004 [Paperback]

Adrian Tomine

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3.0 out of 5 stars nice to look at, but a little light for the price you pay 6 April 2006
By hd - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
This is a nice glimpse at Adrian Tomine's sketchbook. It's not a full comic. Just a few dozen colored drawings of people that he's seen around the city, with notations about their mannerisms or the environment that he made the drawing.

It's not a traditionally bound book. It's accordian folded so you can cut out the ones that you like, and put them on the wall or uh ... hang from your rear view mirror. You'd have to be a pretty hardcore fan to feel that $25 bucks is a fair price for the amount of material. Amazon's price is a little bit easier to swallow. a little.
4.0 out of 5 stars For the Tomine fans 13 Oct 2012
By A. Curling - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
If your a dedicated Tomine fan you'll want to own this. At $25 it's a steep price for 15 drawings, but obviously cheaper on Amazon or the marketplace and it is unique.It is printed on thick high quality stock and presented in a way that enables one to frame individual images if you so wish or retain it as is and display standing up. The cover is a light wrap and you will need to keep it in a plastic bag to preserve it, certainly not to be handed around or for younger family members to fiddle with.

Compared to his highly polished illustration work it's refreshing to see something looser. The pencil work underneath is still visible in some images and the captions give context. I personally would love to see some more of this kind of work.
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