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Wailed

Artist
Robin Nishio
Price
$31.00
Date
2015
Publisher
Koyama Press
Format
Artists' Books
Size
8.8 × 10 in
Length
80 pages
Genre
Photography
Description

Wailed is an intimate chronicle of a group of friends who also happen to be the vanguard of alternative comics making. In stark black and white, the lives of these young artists are illuminated. Comics are often associated with the past, but this is a document of their future.

Robin Nishio was born in Toronto, Ontario, where he currently lives and works. Nishio works across a wide range of mediums including illustration, photography, and film. He is a member of the Canadian director collective Common Good where he has directed a number of prominent commercials.

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