Monthly Archives: August 2009

Beauty and Desire

Two of the panels from one of my latest projects, the graphic novel Chromium and Juliette, about the power of human love unleashed in a virtual world, loosely based on the Shakespeare play and the Pygmalion myth of ancient Greece; … Continue reading

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Larger than (virtual) life

First, my apologies to the few readers still hanging around waiting for another post here on CNS; it seems the fact that I never sleep has finally caught up with my human resource component. The frenzy of creative activity over … Continue reading

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The man who created a rock & roll icon

“Most of the guitars on the market in the late 1950s had their share of feminine curves, but the Strat was the wood and metal equivalent of a pin-up model.” -from Wired Online A mighty big birthday high-five is winging … Continue reading

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