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Bill Tavis:  Recent Work

Cross Connect favorite Bill Tavis lives in Austin, TX and makes his living self-publishing fractal posters (, painting murals, selling fine art prints, and doing commissions.  Despite gifs not being part of his income, he is dedicated to gif art, and has made over 500 and continues to make them.  He assured me that he will continue to do so: ‘there’s now a backlog of GIFs wanting to get out of my brain so you can count on seeing more at some point!’

We look forward to seeing them Bill!

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