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Black Comix X Invisible Ink

Recently one of my old pieces, the "Maybach" one inspired by "Maybach Music II," was featuring along with a bunch of other great black artists in the exhibit Invisible Ink down at the University of Tennessee. The exhibit was set up by John Jennings and Damian Duffy. You remember those names right? You should. Because they're the reason I got featured in their book "Black Comix: African-American Independent Comics, Art & Culture."


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