Tim Hamilton (illustrator)

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Tim Hamilton
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Hamilton at the 2009 Brooklyn Book Festival.
Born (1966-04-21) April 21, 1966 (age 48)
Nationality American
Area(s) Cartoonist, Penciller
Notable works
The Trouble with Girls

Official website

Tim Hamilton (born April 21, 1966) is an American cartoonist, writer and illustrator living in Brooklyn, New York.[citation needed] According to his website, his clients have included MAD magazine and The New York Times.[volume & issue needed][1]

Career[edit]

Hamilton has drawn numerous comics, including The Trouble with Girls and Welcome Back, Mr. Moto. He also adapted and illustrated Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island for Puffin Graphics and filling in pencilling Nikolai Dante for 2000 AD. He's most recent work was adapting Ray Bradbury's novel Fahrenheit 451 for Hill & Wang.

Hamilton is also a founding member of the online comics collaborative ACT-I-VATE, where he has serialized his stories Pet Sitter and Adventures of the Floating Elephant.

Hamilton's illustrations have been published by The New York Times, Nickelodeon Magazine, Byron Preiss Visual Publications, Cicada magazine, DC Comics, Dark Horse Comics, King Features, KPR Inc., Oatmeal Studios, Wishbone-ITP, and ToyBiz.

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  1. ^ Client list at Hamilton's site

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