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October 24, 2013 12:00 AM

Wichita illustrator to show dozens of works during Final Friday

Ram Lama Hull has an unusual talent for making anyone look approachable. The cartoonist and illustrator specializes in creating imaginative, amusing caricatures of real people. Digital photographs become canvases for him to cartoonize his subjects. This week, he will be showcasing a portfolio of his works during Final Friday at Anna Murdoc’s Cafe. It’s an exhibit that showcases different dimensions of people while highlighting humanity in the face of adversity. It also celebrates the decorative nature of Halloween.

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