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He Can’t Not Draw

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Or so he says, anyway. “Physically incapable of not drawing.” You might be glad for this when you view the works of Nero O’Reilly with his decidedly modernist graphic arts style. He’s created several short comic-book style pieces with titles like Carnivore Planet, Red Rivers, and Crystal Wizard, as well as plenty of stand-alone art pieces in both color and black and white. Which you can view at this web site, Trumpet Shark. (Fair warning: Some of his works are of a decidedly adults-only nature.) His site also includes his personal store where you can pick up his works in print form, on buttons, or on stickers.

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image c. 2016 by Nero O’Reilly

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