Art Beat: Graphic Novel Comes to Life in John Felix Arnold III's “Unstoppable Tomorrow”

The current installment of "Unstoppable Tomorrow" at Book & Job Gallery.

John Felix Arnold III is a painter — sort of. He's also an illustrator, a sculptor, a scavenger, and an installation artist. Mostly, he's just a guy with a story to tell. The story is called “Unstoppable Tomorrow,” and it's a post-apocalyptic tale where humans are no longer at the top of the food chain, replaced by man-machine hybrids known as Astroknots. Originally created as implements of war, the Astroknots consume anything they touch — buildings, people, weapons — and incorporate these items into themselves. When humans lost control of the Astroknots, they ravaged the earth and left behind a motley bunch of nomadic survivors.

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