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Sequential Art

The Life & Death of a Climate Bill, Illustrated

The Life and Death of  a Climate Bill

Topic: Climate change legislation

Tactic: Sequential art

Now this is EXACTLY what we’re talking about. A reporter (Roberts of the magazine Grist) joined forces with a creative (Pitilli, freelance illustrator) to make sweet, clear, succinct, sense of the sordid life and complex happenings surrounding the Climate Bill.


You can also read this pbs article about the piece as well.



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