Dan Panosian Turns Mad Men Characters into Comics

By: Katie Pagnotta - Published: Dec 9, 2012 • References: danpanosian & stupiddope
Mad Men has taken over the evening drama television world and Dan Panosian has recreated the show's characters into graphic novel illustrations.

Graphic designer Dan Panosian is a talented artist interested in comic books, advertising and storyboards. It is only natural that he would gravitate towards Mad Men and attempt to fuse his admiration for advertising and comics together. The result is a culmination of spectacular detailed and realistic graphic novel-esque frames. Panosian sticks to a simple color palette and plays into the monochromatic scheme of the 1960s-based show. Fantastic features include the white squiggles used for smoke and the intricate cross-hatching techniques that make the pictures pop.

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