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Bishakh Som

Bishakh Som’s work has appeared in Hi-horse, Blurred Vision, Pood, Specs and the acclaimed Graphic Canon series. He received the Xeric grant in 2003 to publish his first collection, Angel. His watercolor paintings have been shown at the Bannister Gallery at Rhode Island College and at Animal Magic, a solo show at ArtLexis Gallery in Brooklyn.

Interregnum

Bishakh Som is an artist and recovering architect who lives in Park Slope and you can see more of his work at http://www.archicomix.com/.

The Right Thing

Bishakh Som’s work has appeared in Hi-horse, Blurred Vision, Pood, Specs and the acclaimed Graphic Canon series. He received the Xeric grant in 2003 to publish his first collection, Angel. His watercolor paintings have been shown at the Bannister Gallery at Rhode Island College and at Animal Magic, a solo show at ArtLexis Gallery in Brooklyn.

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