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Ron Wimberly is in pretty high demand these days. His 2012 graphic novel Prince Of Cats was met with near-universal critical praise, he was recently brought on as a contributing artist on Adult Swim series Black Dynamite, and his work has been featured in various art shows and galleries. Now the cartoonist has a new client: Nike.
The sneaker and sports apparel giant hired Wimberly to produce a series of cartoons called "Calvin & Johnson," starring Detroit Lions All-Pro wide receiver Calvin Johnson and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs.
Fashion: Nike teams up with Calvin Johnson for a very stylish collection honoring the Transformers villain Megatron.
Fashion: One Piece's Straw Hats rock Armani in a new Japanese A|X ad campaign.
Interviews: Chris Ware's MSNBC interview on
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