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Devon's Been Drawin'


The mystical, magical meanderings of a 12 year-old mind....

Comments (12)


Kid has talent!

Tom Wms.:

It looks like "Devon Went A Walking".


...reminds me of Harvey Pekar's stick-figure story boards for Robert Crumb in the film, "American Splendor".


Talent. That pyramid is amazing. I'm a dominate left brained guy so very impressed. I'm very intrigued with the pig also. Any background on the renderings? Great stuff!


john cox:


Getting the whys and wherefores from Devon about his work is difficult. Very stream of conscious. I think the pig represents the socio-economic angst best expressed by the works of Jung, Cheever and Pokoman.

Following his father footsteps, love them!!!

I really thought the writing in the blog was very complexed, in a good way.;)

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This site is my breathing in, real great pattern and perfect subject material .

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John Cox is a painter, cartoonist, and illustrator for hire. For information about purchasing existing work or commissioning new work, contact him by e-mail at john555cox [at] hotmail.com.

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