Daniel Clowes

cartoonist

1961   -  

country of citizenship: United States of America
educated at: Pratt Institute, University of Chicago Laboratory Schools
occupation: cartoonist, screenwriter, writer, novelist
www.danielclowes.com

Daniel Gillespie Clowes (; born April 14, 1961) is an American cartoonist, graphic novelist, illustrator, and screenwriter. Most of Clowes's work first appeared in Eightball, a solo anthology comic book series. An Eightball issue typically contained several short pieces and a chapter of a longer narrative that was later collected and published as a graphic novel, such as Like a Velvet Glove Cast in Iron (1993), Ghost World (1997), and David Boring (2000). Clowes's illustrations have appeared in The New Yorker, Newsweek, Vogue, The Village Voice, and elsewhere. With filmmaker Terry Zwigoff, Clowes adapted Ghost World into a 2001 film and another Eightball story into the 2006 film, Art School Confidential. Clowes's comics, graphic novels, and films have received numerous awards, including a Pen Award for Outstanding Work in Graphic Literature, over a dozen Harvey and Eisner Awards, and an Academy Award nomination.
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works

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Ghost World

graphic novel by Daniel Clowes

author: Daniel Clowes

Caricature

book by Daniel Clowes

author: Daniel Clowes

1998

David Boring

2000 graphic novel

author: Daniel Clowes

2000

Twentieth Century Eightball

book by Daniel Clowes

author: Daniel Clowes

2002

Wilson

author: Daniel Clowes

The Death-Ray

author: Daniel Clowes

Ice Haven

author: Daniel Clowes

David Boring

author: Daniel Clowes

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