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Jason: The Teen Years

One of the most interesting things about following artists' careers is seeing their styles evolve from mimicry of their influences to their own, unique way of depicting the world. Very rarely do we get to see an artist's very earliest attempts at developing a style, mostly because so many artists are too ashamed of their early work to share it.

Not so Norwegian cartoonist Jason, who's started a blog to showcase - in chronological order - his early work. It's a fascinating look at a world-class artist figuring out his craft.

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