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Matriculated, by Phillip Chan and Joseph Dunn

Matriculated by Phillip Chan and Joe Dunn is another great creation by the great folks at Digital Pimp Online.  It's the story of a group of college students and their misadventures together.  And true to life, the focus of their college experience is not in the classroom!

I can't express enough how much I enjoy Joe's artistic style.  There's no mistaking a piece that Joe has done.  His art is striking, and I keep saying it over and over but he uses very bold lines.  Awesome artwork that truly is a joy to behold.  Joe has been a great supporter of the site, so be sure to head over to Digital Pimp Online and support his as well!  (Not that you need me to tell you this, as his work speaks for itself.)

Check out some awesome Matriculated art below.

 

Example of Matriculated daily by Phillip Chan and Joe Dunn, July 2, 2003.  This is the fifth Free Lunch strip created for DigitalPimpOnline.com.  Very clean artwork, and Joe's unique style shines through.

 

Example of Matriculated daily by Phillip Chan and Joe Dunn, November 17, 2004.  This is strip number 77, and Joe's artistic evolution is very clear.  Incredible artwork.

 

An absolutely incredible original sketch of the Matriculated crew on the beach in Hawaii by Joe Dunn.  A brilliant piece by an artistic genius.  Thanks, Joe!

 

Cover of Tales from the Pimp issue 0, signed by both Phil and Joe.

 

Cover of Tales from the Pimp issue 1, signed by both Phil and Joe.

 

An awesome signed and numbered Digital Pimp promotional poster.  This is number 25 of 100.

 

Also, check out the gallery page for another Digital Pimp Online webcomic, Free Lunch, by Joe Dunn.

 

Check out Matriculated for yourself by clicking on the link below:

 

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