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David Sossella made these impressively well-rendered drawings titled, "Krilenko" of a futuristic Cold-War Communist era or at least, an example of a kind of Orwellian existence.  An artist from Treviso, Italy, Sosella's works have been mainly illustrative.  But I find that his strengths and individuality come out most in these graphic novel pages.  The treatment of his graphite and his line work is intricate and well considered, attempting to mimic engravings or traditional print making.  His character design are also highly stylize and assist in the literary and emotional read of his narrative as this series does not contain any dialogue.  I didn't post all of his pages, but you can look at them in their entirety here.


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