Sensitive Creatures  by Mandy Ord

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March 2012, no. 339

Sensitive Creatures  by Mandy Ord

Reviewed by
March 2012, no. 339

It’s a simple proposition: short graphic stories about city life, and one narrator – Mandy Ord – drawn with a single bulging eye. But the slice-of-life stories in Sensitive Creatures are rarely straightforward. Sweeping and brittle, kinetic and lush, this is a consistently surprising volume, at once an autobiography, a collection of vignettes, and a comprehensive catalogue of an artist’s career.

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