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The Art of Roosh

The Art of Roosh

Between Anthropomorphism and Pop-Culture

Roosh, also known as Koteri Ink, is a Canadian artist I discovered through his comic book Kings of Nowhere. This work represents absolutely the whole range of this artist’s passions, and that’s what hooked me right away: anthropomorphism, car chases, crime lords? These are also themes that can be found in his more personal illustrations.

With a unique style, Roosh manages to revisit different icons of Pop-Culture by giving them a new look, and one could easily imagine them in Kings of Nowhere or Blacksad. The artist thus gives each of his characters a more realistic and adult look. For my part, I have a slight penchant for his revisits of Digimon, which looks a lot more like monsters and creatures a little scarier than usual.

Don’t hesitate to have a look on the Instagram page or on Roosh’s website to discover all his universe and follow the progress of Kings of Nowhere.

Julien Djoubri

Julien a été bercé par la Pop-Culture et par l'art dès son enfance. Il adore partager son amour débordant pour tout ce qui touche à l'illustration, aux comics, films et autre étrangetés. Et quand il n'est pas occupé à découvrir de nouveaux univers imaginaires, il essaie de créer les siens en écrivant.

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