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Phillip and Peter Temple

Two African American brothers
express themselves through graphic illustrations

Vallejo, California

Phillip and Peter Temple have been drawing and painting for some time. In 1980 they attended a Sell-a-thon in San Francisco, and since then have been regulars at such local conventions as Bay Con, Silicon, and Time Con.

Born and raised in California the Temple Brothers developed their unique art styles, strongly influenced by Japanese animation, (i.e. Astro Boy, Speed Racer, 8th Man, etc.) and American animation (Space Ghost, The Herculoids, Spiderman, and etc.).

While in college, Peter won certificates and awards for outstanding acting, while Phillip won certificates of merit for his editorial cartoons. Phillip holds two Associate in Arts Degrees in journalism, and telecommunications from Solano College.

Plans for the Temple Brothers call for a greater variety of art that will include limited-edition portfolios, posters, and custom-designed t-shirts. A comic book and an animation project are also scheduled. Temple Studios is available for commissioned art work.

Phillip and Peter Temple can be reached at: Temple Studios, 3 Margo Lane, Vallejo, CA 94591

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Published in In Motion Magazine, October 25, 1995