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Superman JLA Justice League - Inkwell Awards - Kevin Conrad

44 x 32 cm (17.32 x 12.6 in.)
Price : 260 €  [$]
Couverture originale


Cover Recreation par Kevin Conrad sur une blueline d'Ivan Reis, effectuée lors du dernier concours organisé aux USA par "Inkwell Awards", une organisation à but non lucrative pour promouvoir le métier d'encreur, au travers d'un challenge annuel auquel participent de jeunes encreurs, ainsi que des professionnels du métier ! Kevin Conrad était l'un d'entre eux cette année (2021).


Signé par Kevin Conrad, Ivan Reis et Bob Almond (sur certificat d'authenticité)


The non-profit Inkwell Awards, devoted to promoting the art of comic book inking, has released the list of 24 artists participating in its fifth annual Sinnott Inking Challenge Spotlight. This year’s Challenge features artist Ivan Reis‘ take on DC’s iconic super-team The Justice League from the cover art to DC‘s Man of Steel (2018) as originally inked by Ivan‘s partner Joe Prado. The artwork will be auctioned afterward for fundraising.

According to founder/director Bob Almond, the Spotlight Challenge, which grew out of its more inclusive, original Joe Sinnott Inking Challenge, showcases other contemporary, fan-favorite talents on a more limited scale with veteran published inkers who may or may not have participated in other challenges. The previous four pencilers were Jim Lee, Neal Adams, Erik Larsen, and David Finch.

The Challenge Spotlight furthers the inking advocacy’s dual mission of promoting the artform and educating the public. Blue-lined art files featuring a tightly penciled Ivan Reis Justice League pinup are sent to the artists to finish in ink. Each inked page will be signed by Reis and the inker, and include a certificate of authenticity signed and numbered by Almond. All pages will then be auctioned off at a later date as a fundraiser. Fans will be able to see the difference in the penciled and inked versions to better understand how much inkers contribute to the artform.


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