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Colin Holden

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This week I meet Colin Holden.

Colin's work has a cartoon style, but he prefers to work on a large scale format, usually around five feet tall. He uses this platform to make pieces that express a timeline something that dates back to when he returned home after being sent away to boarding school as a kid.

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Some pictures of Colin's work


Visit Colin's website - http://colinholden.com

Referenced in this episode
Hieronymus Bosch - http://amzn.to/2yA2qMr
Tintin - http://amzn.to/2ymGYth
Pogo - http://amzn.to/2fKQsrv

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