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The Art of Mark Todd

Mark Todd's illustrations are more than just the re-imaginings of comic book covers, there's something primal about them and it is this almost raw nature that has made Todd a hit not just with the comic book set but also as a fine artist. The loose yet stark illustrations, characters and narrative amalgamated into forms creates work more comparable to one of Stan Lee's dreams than anything you'd be able to find on the shelves of your local comic shop. Todd's latest is now on view at Plush Gallery in Dallas, with a more comprehensive show planned soon for Los Angeles' La Luz de Jesus. Get a look at the artist's new work here on Hi-Fructose.

Mark Todd’s illustrations are more than just the re-imaginings of comic book covers, there’s something primal about them and it is this almost raw nature that has made Todd a hit not just with the comic book set but also as a fine artist. The loose yet stark illustrations, characters and narrative amalgamated into forms creates work more comparable to one of Stan Lee’s dreams than anything you’d be able to find on the shelves of your local comic shop. Todd’s latest is now on view at Plush Gallery in Dallas, with a more comprehensive show planned soon for Los Angeles’ La Luz de Jesus. Get a look at the artist’s new work here on Hi-Fructose.

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