Original artwork by John Hankiewicz (Tepid, Kramers Ergot) for the fourth page of "Those Eyes", a five-page comic that originally appeared in Mome #11 from Fantagraphics Books. The story revolves around jazz legends Anita O'Day and Oscar Peterson.
The sale of this artwork directly benefits the artist.
Tom Spurgeon once noted in The Comics Journal, "For years now, Hankiewicz has explored ways of storytelling that no one else is with comics."
About John Hankiewicz:
In 1995 John began self-publishing Tepid, a more-or-less annual comic, and since then has created numerous minicomics and artist's books as well as contributing to numerous anthologies. Funded with a Xeric award, the Summer '03 issue of Tepid was nominated for a 2004 Ignatz award in the category of Outstanding Comic, and Dance was a 2005 nominee in the category of Outstanding Minicomic. John's work has also appeared in Kramers Ergot, Arthur Magazine and The Chicago Reader. In addition, he is a printmaker whose etchings have been included in several juried exhibitions.
Specs: 11 × 14". Drawn in 2007.
Condition: Complete and intact, no tears or markings, a bit of opaque white paint, one pasted-on caption.
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