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Jean-Michel Tixier

Jean-Michel Tixier

Beautiful refine artwork style of Floc'h (French illustrator, comic artist and writer). Clear ligne claire style. Inspires me to try and work similarly bold illustrative/composition ideas into my work. Note Benoit also very adept at this. (viewed 1/4/15 -)

Beautiful refine artwork style of Floc'h (French illustrator, comic artist and writer). Clear ligne claire style. Inspires me to try and work similarly bold illustrative/composition ideas into my work. Note Benoit also very adept at this. (viewed 1/4/15 -)

Artist = Ever Meulen. Note that their work is one of the more abstract of the ligne claire style. Still very interesting and informing for me as I try to determine scope and style for me in this project. Almost a cubist aesthetic in Meulen's work. Lovely vivid colour choices. Very interesting demarcation of spatial depth in this image. Could be something I experiment with in this project? (viewed 1/4/15 -)

Artist = Ever Meulen. Note that their work is one of the more abstract of the ligne claire style. Still very interesting and informing for me as I try to determine scope and style for me in this project. Almost a cubist aesthetic in Meulen's work. Lovely vivid colour choices. Very interesting demarcation of spatial depth in this image. Could be something I experiment with in this project? (viewed 1/4/15 -)

Colonel Olrik, the main antagonist of Blake and Mortimer, by André Juillard.

Colonel Olrik, the main antagonist of Blake and Mortimer, by André Juillard.

Gurney Journey: Harry Beckhoff and the Clear Line Style

Gurney Journey: Harry Beckhoff and the Clear Line Style

Bruno Le Floc'h

Bruno Le Floc'h

Olrik, the enemy of Blake and Mortimer.

Olrik, the enemy of Blake and Mortimer.

From Yves Chaland and Yann’s La Comète de Carthage (The Comet of Carthage).

From Yves Chaland and Yann’s La Comète de Carthage (The Comet of Carthage).

ADRIAN TOMINE - Last Straw The New Yorker, November 18, 2013

ADRIAN TOMINE - Last Straw The New Yorker, November 18, 2013

Hergé - 1948 “Tintin On The Moon” First unique page of an unpublished work - Lead pencil and indian ink on drawing paper - 545 x 333 mm

Hergé - 1948 “Tintin On The Moon” First unique page of an unpublished work - Lead pencil and indian ink on drawing paper - 545 x 333 mm

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