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Drawing the whale

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By Christopher Shea
January 10, 2010

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The artist Matt Kish is making his way through “Moby-Dick,” creating an original illustration for each page as he goes, at the rate of nearly a page a day. A usually fastidious artist, Kish says the project has made him looser. He uses “found paper,” so random words or diagrams become part of the piece, and his instruments are black-and-white ... (Full article: 646 words)

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