“Adrian Tomine has more ideas in twenty panels than novelists have in a lifetime,” wrote Zadie Smith.
The artist behind the comic-book series Optic Nerve, which he began self-publishing at the age of 16, is known for his New Yorker covers and the graphic novels 32 Stories, Sleepwalk and Summer Blonde. His new book, Killing and Dying, is a stunning showcase of the possibilities of the medium and a wry exploration of loss, creative ambition, identity and family dynamics.
Adrian Tomine will sign copies of Killing and Dying and his prints following the event. Books and prints will be available for purchase.
Purchase a ticket and be automatically entered to win a signed print (size 18’”x 24”) of his illustration “Missed Connection,” one of his most popular New Yorker covers!