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2011 Best of the Triangle

Survey ended April 15, 2011 at 05:00 PM.
  • Art by Paul Friedrich

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2011's Best of artwork by Paul Friedrich

Raleigh's Pop-icon known for his humorous paintings with characteristic bold colors and lines based on his Eisner Award-nominated graphic novel "Onion Head Monster," Paul Friedrich is considered one of the artists and writers in the forefront of the LowDefPop art movement. 

Paul is the co-founder of the SparkCon conference, the South's pre-eminent conference on creativity, member of the DesignBox, created the graffiti mural at  Marbles Kids Museum and has been selected three-years running for the CAT Bus Art-on-the-Move project, editor of HellCar Magazine,  three-time champion of the Xtreme Suburban Endurance Event, as well as author/illustrator of several books, including "Man V. Liver," "Don't Trust Evil Knievel," "The Wolf Who Cried Boy," and "365 Days of Evil or Pie." In 2009 Paul became the National Hockey Leagues first ever official cartoonist with the launch of the award winning Stormy the Pig's CUP OF AWESOME comic strip and animation for the Carolina Hurricanes.

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