Introducing INK: A Digital Comics Magazine App from the School of Visual Arts

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INK, a free digital magazine devoted exclusively to comics and designed for the iPad, has launched. Published by the School of Visual Arts (SVA), INK transforms the experience of reading a comic with a custom-built app and exclusive content by aspiring and renowned comics artists. INK is also an open invitation to all sequential storytellers to make something new, to strive for something beyond what is already known, to add to the conversation.

"I am pleased and proud that the students in SVA's BFA Cartooning Department continue to point the way forward for their chosen field," says SVA President David Rhodes.

INK is intended to nurture the development of emerging comics artists, break ground within the worlds of comics, education, and publishing, and to set a standard for how the next generation of storytellers will approach publishing and distribution. Every installment of INK features a selection of work by aspiring and renowned comics artists, including work by SVA students and alumni, along with written contributions by faculty members such as Nick Bertozzi, Joey Cavalieri, and Klaus Janson.
INK is completely free. It is available both online and at the iTunes App Store (search “SVA INK”).
Read INK online at www.sva-ink.com

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