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San Francisco-based artist Ferris Plock is well known for his paintings which include cartoons and reference pop culture. He barrows from the ancient style of Japanese ukiyo-e woodblocks, but because of his incorporation of popular culture, his work has a unique contemporary quality that makes it relevant today. Plock uses a wide variety of mediums including gold leaf and India ink to create his highly detailed paintings. Hi-Fructose featured Plock in Volume 08. See his humorous sketches and read the interview about his sketchbook and creative process here:

http://hifructose.com/2012/10/19/inside-the-sketchbook-of-ferris-plock/

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