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Masters — of Eyewear!


My latest illustration for Optik Birmingham, to run in the Metro Times's Fall Arts issue.

Comments

David Ano said…
Hey ... that is much better ad than the one we have running for them in Between the Lines. I wonder if you will let us use this one one of these days ...
Sean Bieri said…
Could be, now that I'm not with MT (if that was ever a concern). Ask Joe!
David Ano said…
You are not with MT anymore? I thought I still saw some of your art in there ... what happened? Where are you working now?
Sean Bieri said…
Quit - got an offer to work at Specs Howard school in the marketing dept. My new boss is ex-MT too.

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