Joe Chiodo

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Joe Chiodo
Born (1958-01-22) January 22, 1958 (age 56)
Nationality American
Area(s) Colourist

http://www.joechiodo.com

Joe Chiodo is an artist and colorist who has worked in the comics industry. He has been recognized for his work with a nomination for the Comics Buyer's Guide Favorite Colorist Award in 1997 (with the company Wildstorm FX and colleague Jessica Ruffner), and in 1998 under his own name.[1]

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Chiodo was born on January 22, 1958, the youngest of four boys and raised in San Jose, California. Joe Chiodo graduated from Andrew Hill High School in 1975.

He traveled to various places such as New York and Los Angeles, where he worked for a diverse client base, doing book covers, and other work for toy companies, games, and comics, eventually settling in San Diego.

Chiodo has been recognized as an award-winning pin-up artist and illustrator.[citation needed] He combines cartoony techniques with those of classic pin-up artists, often working on a range of body types and pulp themes. He illustrated the children's alphabet board book The Adventures of WonderBaby, and wrote a book, How To Draw And Paint Pin-Ups.

He has also has his works compiled in "Works of Art: Joe Chiodo" and "Sketches, Drawings, and Paintings by Joe Chiodo".

Chiodo currently works out of his home which he shares with his wife and two children.

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