A couple of quick, direct black and white images for The Verdict – a quarterly journal published by the Coalition of Concerned Legal Professionals (CCLP). I created these a couple of months back, the magazine should be out soon.
The illustration is for an article on the National Defense Authorization Act and its lack of constitutionality and due process that allows for indefinite detention of individuals. Senator Dianne Feinstein has submitted to Congress the Due Process Guarantee Act that would prohibit the indefinite detention of American citizens or permanent residents.
The edgy, gritty images show individuals who have lost their freedom, they are prisoners who have no voice or rights. The illustrations I do for Verdict are always black and white…bring out my printmaking, pen and ink and sequential art skills and influences.
May 26, 2012 | Categories: Chuck's illustrations, Comic Art, Political Art, Politics, Science Fiction / Fantasy | Tags: art, artwork, Bay Area, Chuck Todd, clarity, Coalition of Concerned Legal Professionals, comics, constitution, courts, drawing, Due Process Guarantee Act, fantasy, freedom, human rights, illustration, illustrator, imprisonment, jail, law, National Defense Authorization Act, pen and ink, pencil, photoshop, Political Art, printmaking, prison, Sci Fi, Senator Dianne Feinstein, sequential art, storytelling, terrorism, The Verdict, visual journalism, www.chucktodd.net | Leave a comment