Anagnorisis Fine Arts


The Work of Paul Komoda by Binnorie
December 13, 2010, 1:17 am
Filed under: Artist Spotlight

Paul Komoda‘s friends over at Artists Proof just posted some of his work and I thought I’d share.

Turin illustration for the band I, Parasite

For those of you who have not had the privilege of seeing his sketchbook in person, here’s a teaser:

While talk about publishing his sketchbook has come up time and time again, the feel of it can never be duplicated.  Paul is constantly changing the drawings, pasting new shapes of paper over segments he wants to change.  To hold its ratty cover and turn its soft worn pages, seeing this original living drawings in your hands, is far more exciting to me than the possibility of holding a shiny new printed catalog.  Although I wouldn’t complain if one was to find its way into my hands.

The Clown


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I love Paul. He deserves all the recognition and success in the world. His sketchbook is amazing, and I hope it gets published one day.

GO PAUL!

Comment by Nadya

I have had the privilege of both growing up with Paul — maintaining friendship and contact with him over time and his work is and has always been an inspiration for me. I am proud to call him my friend and salute his talent, perseverance and patience.

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