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the one (hundred) page project by Jason Turner

This was a series of two panel drawings/comics I did in the summer of 2004.
... Read It Now!
Lonnie Allen's Review of the one (hundred) page project
Jason Turner's "The One (Hundred) Page Project" feels like a dream in the most literal sense. In the beginning of this series you read about the absence of "Manien" which one assumes to be the author's significant other.
Jason Turner's "The One (Hundred) Page Project" feels like a dream in the most literal sense. In the beginning of this series you read about the absence of "Manien" which one assumes to be the author's significant other. His daily life immediately begins to spin out of control and into a realm of surrealist angst and poetic wanderings. "The One (Hundred) Page Project" reads a like long Haiku in comic form. Through the typical perspective, these strips would be called, "journal comics," but they are much more than that. Turner has created a quiet meditative mood throughout his daily going-ons even in the more dire situations. He is whimsically self-deprecating and keenly observational to a still world around him. The art style for the most part, is done with confident but simple, bold ink strokes. With occasionally lapses into productive experimentation. Each strip taken by themselves may seem simply quaint, but taken as a whole, "The One (Hundred) Page Project" moves the viewer in and out of places and across strangers who feel like friends much like a dream. ... read it now!




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