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I have a digital version of The Boy With The Spyrograph Eyes on sale at Gumroad for $2.99. It’s 177 pages, 8.5 x 11 inch bristol board with pen and ink drawings, scanned at 300 dpi.

(via The Boy With The Spyrograph Eyes)

I have a digital version of The Boy With The Spyrograph Eyes on sale at Gumroad for $2.99. It’s 177 pages, 8.5 x 11 inch bristol board with pen and ink drawings, scanned at 300 dpi.

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desertislandbrooklyn:

Major Smoke Signal coverage in Time Out NY!! We’ll be at the zine fest on Sunday with free copies.

desertislandbrooklyn:

Major Smoke Signal coverage in Time Out NY!! We’ll be at the zine fest on Sunday with free copies.

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pikitiapress:

Australian reprint of Egbert published by Tip Top Comics. Egbert was originally published by Quality Comics in 1946 and ran for 20 issues until August 1950.

pikitiapress:

Australian reprint of Egbert published by Tip Top Comics. Egbert was originally published by Quality Comics in 1946 and ran for 20 issues until August 1950.

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academy-of-lies:

View of packed gallery and view from gallery window last night at Capricious 88 in Chinatown who had provided space for 'The Art of Femininity'

Paige K. Bradley, artist, writer, and critic (Artforum, Art in America) lead a discussion with Petra Collins, Caitlin Keogh, Martín Gutierrez and other special guests about their work, while posing questions on feminine identity within the context of modern technology and feminist art practice. The talk also explored whether the possibility exists for an intrinsically feminine contemporary practice, both connecting and departing from traditions of “women’s work” and feminine modes of craft. 

The special guests turned out to be the brilliant Marlene McCarty who had some really fantastic insight for the attendees.

Paige is an exemplary moderator considering it was her first time facilitating such an event. Everyone thought she must have done it many times before. Being introduced to Marlene’s work and ideas was a thrill. What a well spoken and intelligent person. To hear of her struggles as a woman coming up in the art world was particularly eye opening.

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I have a copy of The Man Who Could Not Read…Good stuff!!

torontocomics:

KEILER ROBERTS is coming to TCAF!

"Keiler Roberts studied art at the University of Wisconsin and Northwestern University. She teaches comics at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and at DePaul University, and lives in Evanston, Illinois with her husband, daughter and dog…" - Full Bio at TCAF site

Artist’s Website: www.keilerroberts.com

TCAF is The Toronto Comic Arts Festival, taking place May 9-11, 2014, in Toronto, Canada. More at http://torontocomics.com/

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edwardfarleyart:

Fisherman in Falmouth

edwardfarleyart:

Fisherman in Falmouth

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The 1979 Bootsy’s Rubber Band album, “This Boot is Made For Fonk-n” came with an 8 page full color comic book by Overton Loyd.

The 1979 Bootsy’s Rubber Band album, “This Boot is Made For Fonk-n” came with an 8 page full color comic book by Overton Loyd.

(Source: 70sbestblackalbums, via maxtrager)

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dashshaw:

I’m a 2014-2015 Cullman Center Fellow. This means I’ll be in generally a good mood for the next couple of years.

Starting in September, I’ll have an office at the NY Public Library, where I’ll be working on my next book, about a Quaker who fights in the American Civil War.

Gary Panter was a 2012-13 Fellow and he wrote a nice piece about the NYPL on his blog here.

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carlista:

repost: artwork for Irene 4

carlista:

repost: artwork for Irene 4

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yeahdudecomics:

this is going to happen

yeahdudecomics:

this is going to happen

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Morning in America, the booth at Denny’s illuminated by 1000 points of light.

Morning in America, the booth at Denny’s illuminated by 1000 points of light.

(Source: cash-money-cartoons, via altcomix)