THE DRAWN CHORUS COLLECTIVE PRESENTS ‘TALES FROM THE DEEP’

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The Drawn Chorus is a collective of illustrators largely composed of graduates from Middlesex’s Illustration BA. Working together since 2013 the group has organised three large-scale exhibitions; Curiouser and Curiouser, The Greatest Show on Earth and AHOY!. Recently they branched into the world of self-publishing with Tales from the Deep. Featuring a narrative and plot outlines by FRED CAMPBELL, the book is a 100 page graphic novel anthology collecting ten sea stories penned, drawn and paper cut by members of the collective plus guest artists including 2nd year tutor MARTIN URSELL.

Check out the rest of the post for more art from the book!

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FRED CAMPBELL

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ABIGAIL MOULDER

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NADINE SHERER

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FRED CAMPBELL

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MARTIN URSELL

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CATHY KWAN

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LEFKI SAVVIDOU

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ZANNA ALLEN

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ALEX MOORE

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DANIEL DUNCAN

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Copies of Tales from the Deep are available from the DRAWN CHORUS SHOP. Reviews for the book can be read on the Forbidden Planet blog, Music City Comics and Down the Tubes.

See more work by the Drawn Chorus Collective on their WEBSITE, FACEBOOK and TWITTER.

 

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