Barron Storey

Barron Storey is one of the most influential people that I have had the pleasure to talk to. He has been teaching for many years, and counts some of the top creators in comix as former pupils. Those that have had the fortune of being students of Barron, include, Kent Williams, George Pratt, Peter Kuper, Seth Tobocman,  and many more. His new book, Life After Black, is a reproduction of one of his incredible personal journals. It is an incredible testament to his talent, and well worth checking out.

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10 Responses to Barron Storey

  1. wayne smith says:

    did barron storey reside in westport ct. durring the early to mid 70’s?

  2. petra says:

    yes he did with his second wife graylin
    then he moved to brooklyn
    now he lives in san francisco

  3. petra says:

    he did not teach dan clowes

  4. admin says:

    My bad, i will change that.

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  6. NoSeRider says:

    I’m trying my damndest to figure out how to spell the name of the music composer at the start of the MP3 interview….Karl Heimstokhausen?
    I like the music…oddly enough.

    I think Barron Storey’s exwife from his Art Center College of Design days in the late 70’s early 80’s influenced his interpetation of the Despair Character…..Well, she’s his ex, so long time ago.

  7. Most inspiring, interesting teacher I ever had, too.

  8. Steven Butz says:

    Looking back on my days at Art Center, Barron Storey first comes to mind, as he was extremely influential and a great inspiration.
    I feel very fortunate to have had him as my teacher for the 8th Semester Illustration Workshop class.

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