Many actors took to Twitter to express shock and sadness at the passing of Philip Seymour Hoffman. But this ode to the tremendous actor by noted comic artist Daniel Clowes really left a mark.
R.I.P. Philip Seymour Hoffman, 1967-2014 pic.twitter.com/5ykR9OygRB
— Daniel Clowes (@danielclowes) February 2, 2014
The collage of images revisits the comic art made for PSH projects, including the artwork for indie films "Happiness" (by Clowes) and "Savages" (by Chris Ware) along with a portrait from Hoffman's interview in The Believer magazine (by Charles Burns).
Clowes posted the tribute Sunday, the day the actor was discovered dead in his Manhattan apartment at 46-years-old.
See more of Clowes' work below and read an earlier interview with the artist here.
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