The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art is hosting its second online exhibit titled, NOW THEN. The theme of the exhibit is -- what did professional comic artists draw like when they were 12 years old?
Comic artist Dave Bamundo had the idea for an exhibit that featured comic artists current work, compared to something they had done as a child. This idea was combined with Robert Zimmermans idea to poll professional comic artists, asking who their favorites in the business were. The top 25 artists current and childhood are displayed in the exhibit.
The exhibit features work from Terry Allen, Michael Bartalos, Gary Baseman, Marc Bell, Lou Brooks, Charles Burns, Roz Chast, David Cowles, Jack Davis, Randall Enos, David Heatley, Peter Kuper, Mike Lester, Hal Mayforth, Tony Millionaire, Robert Neubecker, Mitch O'Connell, Everett Peck, Kevin Pope, Ron Rege, Jr., David Sheldon, Bob Staake, Zach Trenholm, Kirsten Ulve and Dan Vasconcellos.
Visit the exhibition at www.moccany.org/nowthen/.