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MOCCA THIS WEEKEND...NYC!



Yeah, I'm excited. We are finally launching OOP 2 with Random House at the MOCCA festival this weekend. (*That stands for the "Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art")
It should be a blast. For those of you who don't know, OOP stands for "Out of Picture," and it's a film term that a group of designers and illustrators up at Blue Sky Studios co-opted for a graphic novel collection of our short illustrated stories.
(that was almost a run on sentence...)

There are many new artist/friends in the book, and it doesn't disappoint. Go to the OOP link in my links section to check out the new book. I'll probably post something more from the book after it debuts.

I just finished a piece for an art auction that will happen later this year. Many nights after work and weekends and it's finally finished. I can't divulge the theme or the event yet, but it's a doozy. I'll post a teaser when I can. Check out my other friends links, and you'll see their work for the auction too.

In the meantime, here is a subway sketch (actually a Path train sketch) I did a few months back.

I'll post again soon....
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June 4, 2008 at 11:01 PM

Great Drawing! - Thanks for the MoCCA Art Festival Plug.

See you this weekend.

Warm regards,
Ellen S. Abramowitz    



June 6, 2008 at 6:38 AM

We're glad to be a part of the Festival, Ellen!
MOCCA is always a good time, and you guys put on the BEST comic festival (NO exaggeration) To be able to meet the other artists and writers is always a high point in the year. See you this weekend...    



June 10, 2008 at 12:35 PM

Hello nash, it is jonathan, it was great to see you all there and just talking. thank a lot for check out my sketchbook and the skateboards. well bye 4 now    



June 21, 2008 at 11:04 AM

cool blog - I like the paintings and subway sketches.

you should post some Horton stuff!    



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