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Flowering Nose: The Art of Seth Fisher

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This Friday over at Secret Headquarters, there's a new art show going on featuring the work of late comic book artist, Seth Fisher. Sadly, Seth passed away last February in a tragic accident, but his influence and artwork still lives on. Seth's style was reminiscent of great artists like Geoff Darrow, Moebius, and Katsuhiro Otomo, and he was also nominated for an Eisner Award (like the Emmy of comic books).

The show is going to feature original work from all points of his comic book career. There will also be two mini comics for sale, Bob's Life, and The Man With a Thousand Faces. In addition to those, Secret Headquarters has put together a mini sketchbook featuring Seth's artwork and concepts for Batman: Snow, featuring the silkscreened cover you see above. The really awesome part of these items being for sale is that all proceeds are going to an educational fund for Seth's son, Toufuu.

The opening goes from 8 to 11pm, but the show will be up for the next few weeks as well.