Walking Around Frazer Irving's Playful Distractions at Chelsea Library

I missed the Private View last night., But this morning I spent a very pleasant time wandering around Frazer Irving's exhibition at Chelsea Library on the King's Road, London.

It closes in a few days. But if you can't make it down, or you live on another continent (tut, such excuses), here's a little look at some of what was waitig for you.

Frazer Irving is a British comic book artist best known for his work with Grant Morrison on Klarion, Batman And Robin and Annihilator. Other work includes Necronauts for 2000AD, Doctor Strange, Silent War and Iron Man for Marvel, Azrael and Xombi for DC and Gutsville with Si Spurrier from Image. He also created the artwork on the Tertiary, Quandary and Quintessential phase CD release of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy radio series adaptation. But he is currebtly working on some playful diversions of his own…

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About Rich Johnston

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