Scrapbook: uncollected work, 1990-2004

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Drawn & Quarterly Publications, Jun 1, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 203 pages
16 Reviews
The ultimate collection by one of the most recognized talents in graphic novels: includes over a decade of comics and illustrations by the still-under-30 Adrian Tomine, from Pulse to The New Yorker and Esquire, collected together for the first time in one sharply-designed book.

Scrapbook is the first comprehensive Adrian Tomnie collection. here you'll find the complete run of strips which was originally published in Tower Records' Pulse Magazine which Adrian started when he was only 17, along with comics originally published in Details and a host of other magazines of the past decade. A large section of Scrapbook is dedicated to Tomine's extensive illustration and design work, featuring his best material over the years from virtually every major publication in America including The New Yorker, Details, Esquire, and the late JFK Jr.-edited George. Tomines' art has also graced popular album covers and posters for bands such as The Eels and Weezer and posters and its' all included here in this beautifully packaged book.

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Review: Scrapbook: Uncollected Work, 1990-2004

User Review  - James Schneider - Goodreads

Really great sample of Tomine's early comics work, illustration work, and a little bit of a look at his sketchbook. I really enjoyed looking through this. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
17
Section 2
25
Section 3
37
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Adrian Tomine has been referred to by fellow Bay Area cartoonist Daniel Clowes as the "Boy Wonder of comics" in part due to his early success in the medium. His work has appeared in almost every major publication in recent years and he was recently dubbed "boy du jour" by Bust magazine.

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