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February 20, 2013

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Ruben Frankish

Nice work Marc, Loving the design of the Brochure and your awesome drawings. This must have been a really cool project to work... keep up the good work mate! Happy tour doing so well for yourself!

Robbi

Nice! Love that fat Bravo bird -

Wanda

Great work Marc! Your art is so fun and instantly recognizable. Google was lucky to have hired you :)

this is lemonade

Great work! Looks like it was fun working on the project and that they used your art well :)

Steve

Great! Marc your work is really appreciative and thank to share. I hope you repeatedly doing these type of work for google and it was really shareable blog.

kasperskylab

I’d like to congratulate you for being commissioned by a huge brand such as Google. It shows that your quality work merits inclusion by such big companies. After reading some article and watching some artistic representations of yours, I find your style very interesting and it breaks away from the conventional sense that some people have of art. Art need not necessarily depict precisely what the eye sees, but you paintings depict what the mind perceives.

Rock Denim

Congratulations! Great efforts to success and read your article and watch 24 pages booklet was very interesting.

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  • Marc Johns makes drawings and puts them on this blog, and sometimes he makes them for people like National Geographic, Google, Wired, Newsweek, Tommy Hilfiger, and Harper Collins. He has a book called I MADE THESE DRAWINGS FOR YOU. Many of his fans have tattoos of his drawings.

    He lives with his wife Kristen, two sons, and his drawer full of pens in Victoria, BC, Canada. Marc also finds it strange to talk about himself in the third person.
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