David Mack is the creator, author and artist of the KABUKI Graphic Novels, the writer and artist of Daredevil from Marvel Comics, and the author and artist of his new children's book The Shy Creatures. His writing and art work on KABUKI, have earned him international acclaim for his innovative storytelling, sophisticated content, mixed media painting techniques, and page design. Mack's work is the subject of the award winning documentary film: The Alchemy of Art: David Mack - which won the top award in the world's largest film festival and is now available on DVD with extra features. He has illustrated and designed jazz and rock albums for both American and Japanese Labels, painted Tori Amos for her RAINN benefit calendars, designed toys and packaging for companies in Hong Kong, animation art for MTV, written and designed video games for film director John Woo and Electronic Arts, and contributed the artwork for Dr. Arun Ghandi's essay on the "Culture of Non-Violence".
Currently David is writing and painting his new Kabuki series The Alchemy for Marvel Comic's auteur imprint called ICON, writing an autobiographical graphic novel, and adapting the Kabuki graphic novels as a live action feature film.
Mack's KABUKI books have been the subject of under-graduate and graduate university courses in Art and Literature, and listed as required reading. His work has been studied in graduate seminars at USC and hung in the Los Angeles Museum of Art.
Besides working for Twentieth Century Fox as a writer of the treatment to the Kabuki motion picture, Mack's film credits also include, Visual Designer, Creative Consultant, and Co-Producer.
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