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Kim Herbst graphic novel influenced artwork

We asked Brooklyn-based artist Kim Herbst to tell us about her distinctive illustration style: ‘It’s usually described as an organic looking graphic novel. Recently, I’ve had pieces accepted in CMYK Magazine and the Los Angeles Society of Illustrators. I hope to have a few short comics printed together in the near future as a mini-anthology involving origami. As a child, I always attempted to copy my mother, who folded cranes and other beautiful animals out of paper. But they never came out as crisp and clean as her own. I suppose drawing them crisp and clean with brush and ink was a better alternative!’

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