Their Nibs - Brilliant illustrators whose use of colour and line tells the story. A gesture is worth a thousand words.
SEDGE talks with
SPAIN RODRIQUEZ - The late, great illustrator talks about his book on Che Guevara and his time with George Crumb;
DANIEL CLOWES - His graphic novels and comics- and stories - are a wonder, taking us to Ghostworld and looking into the eightball of existence ;
PATRICIA CURTAN - She's collaborated with ALICE WATERS on drawings of food and menus - how does she draw a radish so you want to pick it up and dip it in salt;
MAIRA KALMAN - Her illustrations in her own and others' books are distinctive in style and lettering. Is it because she can see rooftops of Paris from her New York garret?