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Studio Visit with Nimit Malavia

Nimit Malavia's work features grandiose scenes with youthful characters and allusions to the Victorian era. Recently, Hi-Fructose got the chance to spend a blustery February afternoon with the award winning illustrator in his Toronto studio. A transplant from Ottawa and graduate of Sheridan College, he is a fine artist as well as a professional illustrator for such clients as Marvel Comics, Shopify, the National Post and 20th Century Fox. When we arrived at his studio, situated in a second story downtown Toronto apartment, he was busy working on art for the DC comic book Fables and an upcoming show at Spoke Art in San Francisco. Check out photos from his studio after the jump.

Nimit Malavia’s work features grandiose scenes with youthful characters and allusions to the Victorian era. Recently, Hi-Fructose got the chance to spend a blustery February afternoon with the award winning illustrator in his Toronto studio. A transplant from Ottawa and graduate of Sheridan College, he is a fine artist as well as a professional illustrator for such clients as Marvel Comics, Shopify, the National Post and 20th Century Fox. When we arrived at his studio, situated in a second story downtown Toronto apartment, he was busy working on art for the DC comic book Fables and an upcoming show at Spoke Art in San Francisco.

 

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