In The Press: Joanna Neborsky in The Huffington Post

October 28, 2010

In 2007 Joanna Neborsky (2009 MFA Illustration as Visual Essay) came across Félix Fénéon‘s tales translated by Luc Sante. Fénéon (a Parisian anarchist and art critic in the late 19th century) wrote hundreds of pessimistic short tales, many of which Neborsky has illustrated—initially as part of her SVA thesis project, which has now expanded into a book, Illustrated Three-Line Novels (Mark Batty, 2010).

Neborsky penned an article about the project for The Huffington Post, including a slide show of some of the book’s illustrations.

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