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So many layers of meaning, including a riff on the debated iPhone holiday ad, in this New Yorker cover by the one and only Chris Ware, who is truly one of the greatest graphic artists of our time – here’s the most revealing interview this reticent and reserved genius has ever given. 

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Afterlight by Jan Kriwol

His photography background is connected with the development of the Polish skateboarding scene. Today’s art work of Jan Kriwol is strongly influenced by his “street, urban, skate” experience. This ingredient is often mixed with comic books and youth culture flavor. Pictures made by Jan are full of optical illusions, visual jokes, finished with careful and smart digital mastering. 

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Afterlight by Jan Kriwol

His photography background is connected with the development of the Polish skateboarding scene. Today’s art work of Jan Kriwol is strongly influenced by his “street, urban, skate” experience. This ingredient is often mixed with comic books and youth culture flavor. Pictures made by Jan are full of optical illusions, visual jokes, finished with careful and smart digital mastering. 

CJWHO:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

cjwho:

Afterlight by Jan Kriwol

His photography background is connected with the development of the Polish skateboarding scene. Today’s art work of Jan Kriwol is strongly influenced by his “street, urban, skate” experience. This ingredient is often mixed with comic books and youth culture flavor. Pictures made by Jan are full of optical illusions, visual jokes, finished with careful and smart digital mastering.

CJWHO:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

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