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RE:INVENT by Author) Derick Tsai (Editor

RE:INVENT (2013)

by Author) Derick Tsai (Editor

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0615761917, Hardcover)

In 2010 comics and concept artist Francis Tsai was diagnosed with ALS which has led to his paralysis. Undeterred, he has since learned to create art using eye tracking technology. His creative drive and resilience inspired a group of artists to create their own dream projects that had been sitting on the back burner. Every artist experiences plateaus and stagnation at some point, but Tsai's fight against ALS jolted everyone out of their comfort zones and awakened them to their own untapped potential. "RE:INVENT" is a collection of passion projects that have been too long set aside and represents a new direction in the creative lives of everyone involved. More importantly, it's the result of one amazing artist showing us what's possible when our will is greater than our fear.

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