Music // Tuesday, May 01, 2012
We are huge fans of all the art direction at hip-hop label, Stones Throw, and we are huge fans of all the musical identities of one super-producer, Madlib. Stones Throw and Madlib have just released a very special Madvillainy 2: The Madlib Remix box set, featuring a double LP with printed cover, MP3 download card, and, here is what we are excited about, a 12-page mini-comic.
Illustration // Friday, April 13, 2012
Well, here we are. It's Friday, you're feeling kinda funny, the weekend is approaching and all you need is a little comic relief to get you through the rest of the day. Have no fear! I got you! Nathan Bulmer brings us a selection of illustrated comics from his massive collection of rendered humor. Yae!! You're welcome.
Erotica // Monday, March 12, 2012
Girl and Boy is the comic debut from independent artist, Andrew Tunney. Set in Manchester, England it charts the relationship of two young lovers; one called Girl, the other called Boy. "Girl and Boy goes where few comics have gone before…Tunney skillfully misdirects the reader then guides him/her through an unexpected arc from hedonism to heartbreak to self-discovery.”
Illustration // Tuesday, January 24, 2012
We bring you an amazingly humorous little comic from the New Yorker by illustrator Farley Katz for this week's illustrated funny- a laughable truth on a subculture of art and animation.
Graffiti // Monday, November 14, 2011
Professor Edward schools young Ramo on how he gets down!
Illustration // Tuesday, November 01, 2011
Your weekly dose of Roman inspired illustrated funnies. This time brought to you by the talented, and humorous Johnny Ryan. Thanks Claudius. x
Graffiti // Friday, August 26, 2011
This took me off guard when I stumbled on it, a very graphic, truthful ending. R.I.P Jonathan Lim ak Tie aka Seo.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 24, 2011
During a very successful Heritage Comics & Comic Art Auction, John Romita's original cover art for Spider-Man #49 went for a solid $167,300. The cover art features Spider-Man in a duel with Kraven the Hunter and the Vulture. Other Marvel and DC gems were in the auction.
Illustration // Monday, January 10, 2011
The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago just opened an exhibition of extreme interest to us in New Chicago Comics, featuring the works of cartoonists and animators Jeffrey Brown, Lilli Carré, Paul Hornschemeier, and Anders Nilsen. Anytime we see what you used to be perceived as outsider art, such as comics, in museum settings, there is a good feeling attached. More information after the jump . . .