Comic Artists Sketch David Bowie
My buddy Sean T. Collins received a lot of attention late last year when he posted a gallery of sketches from his David Bowie-themed sketchbook, and rightly so. Over the last year or so, Collins has been collecting some outstanding sketches of ol’ Ziggy Stardust himself by some of the industry’s most popular creators in print and webcomics (as well as some of its rising stars), and the results have been endlessly amusing, to say the least.
Collins recently posted the Bowie sketches he garnered at this year’s MoCCA Art Festival (you can read our ComicMix coverage of MoCCA here), and the art continues to not only be amazing on its own, but also spark some great discussion of Bowie and the various artists’ impressions of him.
The art I’ve posted here is by Jason, a favorite of mine, and his depiction of "Bowie as an anthropomorphized doggie version of The Little Prince." You can view the full gallery of Collins’ MoCCA sketches of David Bowie here, then be sure to go back and view the first Bowie sketch gallery, The Thin White Sketchbook, and its sequel, The Return of the Thin White Sketchbook.
The list of artists featured in Collins’ sketchbook reads like a Who’s Who of cartoon and comic celebrity, so no matter where your interests lie, there’s a good chance you’ll see one of your favorites’ renditions of David Bowie.