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Temple of the Seven Golden Camels: On Reading With a Critical Eye and Becoming an Original

A good example of the fantastic level of layout and detail in Chris Ware's work.

‘Building Stories,’ by Chris Ware

Chris Ware’s new graphic novel, about the residents of a Chicago building, comes in a box containing a hard-bound volume or two, pamphlets and leaflets, a huge tabloid and more.

Winsor McCay's Little Nemo in Slumberland.  (Possibility of creating journal pages in the format of old print cartoons.  What happens if the images are not necessarily sequential?)

Little Nemo in Slumberland - an early century newspaper comic featuring a young boy named Nemo who has wildly, fantastic dreams (his bed comes to life growing 60 foot legs and walking across a city as he's trying to sleep, etc.

Chris Ware, endpapers from Building Stories

Chris Ware › Chris Ware is undoubtedly today’s most important comics creator, not just in his home country, the US, but worldwide. This book is the first…

Winsor McCay – Little Nemo in Slumberland

Winsor McCay – Little Nemo in Slumberland

Winsor McCay, "Little Nemo in Slumberland", New York Herald du 29 octobre 1905

Coming in August. All credit to Jake Wyatt - http://jakewyattriot.tumblr.com/


The last Necropolis test. I& gonna launch this as a weekly webcomic at the end of August. I& post the details here when it& up, but in the mean time I& be posting designs a.