A Perfect Match Of Form And Content, Storeyville Was Originally Published In 1995 As A 40 Page Tabloid Newspaper Now Rare, It Was Printed In Black And White, Along With A Set Of Three Muted Tones Ranging From Sandy Yellow To Deep Sepia, And It Described The Arc Of A Youthful Adventure That Took Its Protagonist, Will, From Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania To Montreal, Quebec At The Opening Of The Twentieth Century Rendered With Humor, Pathos And A Gentle Graphic Flair, This Story Brings Will To Terms With Himself And His Fate It Is A Sprawling Story That Gives Santoro Ample Opportunity To Showcase His Love Of Drawing Through Dramatic Cityscapes, Landscapes And Seascapes Rendered In A Unique Combination Of Pencils, Inks And Grey Scale Markers Hugely Influential On The Likes Of Chris Ware, Seth And Many Others, This Long Out Of Print Cult Work Finally Gets A Proper Release With This Deluxe New Hardcover Edition Frank Santoro S Work Was Recently Shown At Canada Gallery, New York.
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