ENCODED REALITY

I'm Nick Pitarra, Illustrator of The MANHATTAN PROJECTS.




"Artists don't draw reality, they encode it."- MOEBIUS
topsbloobybear:

NICK PITARRA DRAWS KRANG FROM NINJA TURTLES (via IDW’s solidications)

topsbloobybear:

NICK PITARRA DRAWS KRANG FROM NINJA TURTLES (via IDW’s solidications)

jeisma:

Nick Pitarra makes his debut as a Morning Glory Academy security officer.  This will end well:

jeisma:

Nick Pitarra makes his debut as a Morning Glory Academy security officer.  This will end well:

comicpanels:

From Manhattan Projects #6 by Hickman/Pitarra.
(for some reason the Soviet Union is littered with graffiti featuring the names of comics arists like Joe Eisma, Ryan Stegman, and, in this case, Riley Rossmo).

comicpanels:

From Manhattan Projects #6 by Hickman/Pitarra.

(for some reason the Soviet Union is littered with graffiti featuring the names of comics arists like Joe Eisma, Ryan Stegman, and, in this case, Riley Rossmo).

fillepourrie:

yeeeeeeeees! An amazing reference used on an amazing artist! I just love getting all the jokes. 

fillepourrie:

yeeeeeeeees! An amazing reference used on an amazing artist! I just love getting all the jokes. 

comicpanels:

From Manhattan Projects #7 by Hickman/Pitarra.
(I think Harry S Truman is my favorite character in this, but it’s tough to decide)

comicpanels:

From Manhattan Projects #7 by Hickman/Pitarra.

(I think Harry S Truman is my favorite character in this, but it’s tough to decide)

After Moebius

gaviinnansoong:

With Moebius passing this weekend and so many heartfelt tributes it has been more obvious than ever just how influential his work is. 

This week I picked up the King City TPB and the first issue of The Manhattan Projects, looking at these books on my coffee table as I heard the news it struck me just how strong Moebius influence is on much of the work that excites me today.

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stillgotit:

Via The Manhattan Projects (#’s 1-5)

… I rarely mix my reading with my Tumblr’ing, but I must ask, does anyone know where this one’s going?… Thing’s off the handle.

NOTE: the Truman pages (bottom two) are my favorite to date I think.