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Clare Leighton: Bread Line, New York, 1932 http://www.flickr.com/photos/americanartmuseum/3301947797/in/pool-picturing_the_1930s%7Camericanartmuseum

simultaneousvisions: “ Clare Leighton, Bread Line, New York Wood engraving 1932 ”

Abandon the Old in Tokyo by Yoshihiro Tatsumi

Yoshihiro Tatsumi who created a dark, noirish style of Japanese manga he called gekiga, meaning “dramatic pictures,” died last week at seventy-nine.

The Homeless Channel by Matt Silady, 2007. Art from Eisner-nominated graphic novel, The Homeless Channel.

The Homeless Channel by Matt Silady, Art from Eisner-nominated graphic novel, The Homeless Channel.

Howard Phipps - The River Alde at Iken. (wood engraving)

"The River Alde at Iken" by Howard Phipps (wood engraving)

Lynd Ward wood engraving for his wordless illustrated 1933 novel, "Prelude to a Million Years"

Lynd Ward wood engraving for his wordless illustrated 1933 novel, "Prelude to a Million Years"

Lynd Ward woodcut Lynd Kendall Ward (June 26, 1905 – June 28, 1985) was an American artist and storyteller, known for his series of wordless novels using wood engraving,

Lynd Ward woodcut Lynd Kendall Ward (June 1905 – June was an American artist and storyteller, known for his series of wordless novels using wood engraving,

The wood engraving work of American Artist & Storyteller Lynd Ward, 1905-1985

Depression-Era Woodcuts by Lynd Ward, Father of the Graphic Novel {Maria Popova}

i like the way they have broken the page onto 5 different shapes and drawn in them, in black and white. it gives it a comic book style.

There is too much detail being conveyed only in black and white, making the black too dense. Graphic Novel Pages by Tom J Manning, via Behance

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