Just in time for Comic-Con International, which kicks off in in San Diego this week, the San Diego International Airport (SAN) is unveiling a new, 98 foot long temporary art installation.
“Quint’s Quest,” by Wardell Brown, is inspired by medieval stories of dragon slayings and is “a story of a good-natured elf who dreams of slaying a dragon for his family’s honor.”
The cartoons are first drawn by hand with pencil and paper, digitally scanned, and then inked and colored via computer.
The installation will be in place through January 15, 2010, post-security in the Terminal 2 East/West Corridor.
If you’re headed that way, be sure to check out some of the other great permanent and temporary art at San Diego International Airport.
(Photos courtesy San Diego International Airport)
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done by wardel brown good artist had the pleasure of meeting him in a life drawing spot
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