The City Trip (Progression of 14 Panels)

by Tony Shea on November 20, 2014

in ART VS ART, DESIGN, IDEAS

Escaping to and From the City - Cognitive Projection Over Time 1

Escaping to and From the City – Cognitive Projection Over Time 1

Hallucination Pil - City Experience 18463 - 2 - yellow

Hallucination Pil – City Experience 18463 – 2 – yellow

Hallucination Pil - City Experience 18463 - 3 - red

Hallucination Pil – City Experience 18463 – 3 – red

Hallucination Pil - City Experience 18463 - 4 - black

Hallucination Pil – City Experience 18463 – 4 – black

Hallucination Pil - City Experience 18463 - 5 - blue

Hallucination Pil – City Experience 18463 – 5 – blue

Hallucination Pil - City Experience 18463 - Ecessive Disorientation Via Stimulation of Pre-Frontal

Hallucination Pil – City Experience 18463 – Ecessive Disorientation Via Stimulation of Pre-Frontal

Hallucination Pil - City Experience 18463 - Ecessive Disorientation Via Stimulation of Pre-Frontal 2

Hallucination Pil – City Experience 18463 – Ecessive Disorientation Via Stimulation of Pre-Frontal 2

Hallucination Pil - City Experience 18463 - Ecessive Disorientation Via Stimulation of Pre-Frontal 3

Hallucination Pil – City Experience 18463 – Ecessive Disorientation Via Stimulation of Pre-Frontal 3

Hallucination Pil - City Experience 18463 - Ecessive Disorientation Via Stimulation of Pre-Frontal 4

Hallucination Pil – City Experience 18463 – Ecessive Disorientation Via Stimulation of Pre-Frontal 4

Hallucination Pil - City Experience 18463 - Ecessive Disorientation Via Stimulation of Pre-Frontal 5

Hallucination Pil – City Experience 18463 – Ecessive Disorientation Via Stimulation of Pre-Frontal 5

Hallucination Pil - City Experience 18463

Hallucination Pil – City Experience 18463

Memory of the Mad Escape

Memory of the Mad Escape

The Mad Ballast of the War - Trips 123

The Mad Ballast of the War – Trips 123

Escaping to and From the City - Cognitive Projection Over Time 2

Escaping to and From the City – Cognitive Projection Over Time 2

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Tony Shea is based in New York, having recently moved from Los Angeles after more than a decade on the sunny coast. His short films have won numerous awards and screened at major festivals around the world including Comic-Con. As a musician, he is the lead singer for Los Angeles rock n’ roll band Candygram For Mongo (C4M) candygramformongo.com who has been a featured artist on Clear Channel Radio’s Discover New Music Program and whose songs have been heard on Battlestar Gallactica (Syfy Channel) and Unhitched (Fox) among other shows and films.

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