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January 23, 2017
'A light bulb went off - this was a legitimate industry'
By John Campanelli
Growing up in Cleveland, Robert Brown spent a lot of time at the window.
He had other passions: martial arts, acting, video games and, of course, drawing, which became an interest the moment his artist mother first plopped her 5-year-old son in front of a piece of paper and handed him a crayon.
Yet something always got him to turn away from the Kung Fu magazines, movies, gaming console or drawings and run toward the window.
“What really excited me were tornados,” Brown says. “A cloud actually coming out of the sky and touching the ground. It’s...continue reading
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