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Canadian artist, Frederic Guimont is adapting a comic adaptation of Orwell’s 1984. The novel is in the public domain in Canada. Chapter three will be online in April. Via Boing Boing
Filed under: Art , Big Brother, Comic Arts by gamma
Thanks for mentioning the comic. It’s especially heart-warming to see it on a NY city blog. I go down to NY a couple of times a year now and it has truly inspired me for this comic book adaptation.
I’ve subscribed to your blog feed for the photos!
I captured a nice modification of “One-Way” street signs turned into “No-War” street signs. You can see it on bande-passante.info
Hey Freddy, 1984 was a cautionary tale, but unfortunately the current batch of criminals in power are using it as a manual. I’m looking forward to the next page you put up.
I’m almost done drawing chapter 3, then I scan, insert telescreen, print ink & then scan it all again, pass it on to the letter and then will put it online after its proof-read! I’m thinking April for the next 8 pages.
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