The brainchild of Josef Lee, Adam’s Apple offers a refreshing interpretation of the tale of Adam and Eve, with many laugh-out-loud moments. Adam’s Apple is not sacrilegious by any means, and can be best described as a story about a biblical theme infused with contemporary components.
“I have always loved short stories and wanted to do something like Tim Burton’s ‘The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy’. But it wasn’t easy to write in rhymes so I was stuck for the longest time and nothing came out of it. One day, while thinking of another story during a train ride, the phrase ‘Adam was the eldest son. In fact, he was the only one.’ suddenly popped into my mind. From that point onwards, I knew I had to do a story of Adam and Eve. The Apple idea was developed along the way and it turned out to be a surprise hit among Mac lovers. “
By day, Josef Lee is a broadcast designer and animator, working on motion graphics for various TV stations. By night, he is everything else – illustrator, writer, comics artist, curator of an online art site, etc etc.
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