These two pages by Natalie Nourigat from A Boy and a Girl have never been offered for sale. They were shown as part of a Portland-themed gallery exhibition at Orbital in the UK, and so didn't go up in Natalie's store with the other art.
As Natalie's year-long trip to France winds down, it seemed a good time to maybe raise a little cash. Both pages are now listed on eBay.
Not convinced to even read the book? Check out this lovely review that No Flying, No Tights posted today.
As far as the artwork goes, Natalie Nourigat has quickly become one of my favorite artists since I discovered her autobiographical comic, Between the Gears. Her artwork is clean; easily capturing the bare essence of the characters with a few lines and bringing them to life almost effortlessly. In A Boy and a Girl, she has used a primary color palette of blue mixed with white and black, and that simple palette suits its context; we don’t need artwork that is awash in multiple colors to drown out the underlying questions of the narrative. Nourigat creates characters that move with ease on the page and work well within the story.
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