NINE SQUARE INCHES
Is a collection of art where the actual area of each piece is roughly 3"x3" (7.62cm x 7.62cm).
The idea began in 1998, when Paul Pope drew this image of a traveler, sitting on the edge of a cliff, presumably resting for a moment before continuing his journey.
Impressed by the storytelling conveyed in such a small piece, I decided to ask other artists to draw something with the same constraint.
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