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Storm

Storm

Storm

by Taurin Clarke

Edition Giclée on Paper
Framing Unframed
Size 18 x 24
Size 18 x 24
Framing Unframed
Size 18 x 24

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About the Artist

Taurin Clarke

Taurin Clarke is a freelance illustrator based in Brooklyn, New York. He has been working predominantly in comics since 2020 after being approached by Marvel Comics for a Captain Marvel variant cover, which ultimately resulted in him being offered a monthly cover run.

 

Currently, he is the main cover artist for Miles Morales: Spiderman for Marvel Comics and Icon and Rocket for Milestone/DC, but he has provided many covers for several publishers including, Image, Skybound and BOOM Studios on titles as varied as Avengers, Something Is Killing the Children, X-Force, Mister Miracle, Batman ’89, Shang Chi, Captain America and Strange Academy.

 

While he is classically trained and prefers traditional media, he has learned to work digitally and is enjoying exploring a new creative process.

 

…He sometimes gets confused and tries to double tap his sketchbook pages to erase, forgetting it’s not a tablet screen.

 

Taurin Clarke is a freelance illustrator based in Brooklyn, New York. He has been working predominantly in comics since 2020 after being approached by Marvel Comics for a Captain Marvel variant cover, which ultimately resulted in him being offered a monthly cover run.

 

Currently, he is the main cover artist for Miles Morales: Spiderman for Marvel Comics and Icon and Rocket for Milestone/DC, but he has provided many covers for several publishers including, Image, Skybound and BOOM Studios on titles as varied as Avengers, Something Is Killing the Children, X-Force, Mister Miracle, Batman ’89, Shang Chi, Captain America and Strange Academy.

 

While he is classically trained and prefers traditional media, he has learned to work digitally and is enjoying exploring a new creative process.

 

…He sometimes gets confused and tries to double tap his sketchbook pages to erase, forgetting it’s not a tablet screen.

 

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