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Exhibition Comic Art: 120 Years of Panels and Pages

Tillie Walden (b. 1996). I Don’t Know What The Future of the Earth Is, 2018. Porous point pen drawing. Published: Fader, no. 112, pp. 104–105, spring 2018. Gift, Small Press Expo, 2018. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (032.01.00) © Tillie Walden, used with permission. LC-DIG-ppmsca-59970
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Tillie Walden (b. 1996). I Don’t Know What The Future of the Earth Is, 2018. Porous point pen drawing. Published: Fader, no. 112, pp. 104–105, spring 2018. Gift, Small Press Expo, 2018. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (032.01.01) © Tillie Walden, used with permission. LC-DIG-ppmsca-59972
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“I Don’t Know What the Future of the Earth Is”

Millennial cartoonist Tillie Walden began winning awards for her coming-of-age minicomics and graphic novels in 2016 for work she had created while still a teenager. An independent cartoonist, Walden thoughtfully and playfully addresses issues of the Earth’s future in this two-page story for Fader magazine. She combines her love of drawing nature and architecture as she muses upon the possibility of the planet being able to guide humanity into offering it protection.

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