ANAGNORISIS FINE ARTS & THE BROOKLYN ART PROJECT will be participating in The inaugural Verge Brooklyn Art Fair PUBLIC HOURS Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 3 – 5 March, Noon to 10 pm Sunday, 6 March, Noon to 6 pm LOCATION … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: February 2011
the logo I designed for the Box, projected on the curtain of their London club
DC Comics just released part two of Puppet Makers, my and John Leavitt’s murder mystery set in robo-Versailles. Says DC: Jean continues to navigate the decadence of court in search of the missing king, while trying to resist the distractions … Continue reading
Greg “Craola” Simkins is curating a group show at Gallery 1988, where over 100 artists interpreted the anti-hero of Watership Down. I really enjoyed making my piece “Night and Day.”
This Saturday evening, I’m creating a giant drawing at The Ace Hotel for The Dances of Vice’s Powerhouse Stomp, their tribute to classic cartoons EVENT: POWERHOUSE STOMP: A Tribute to Classic Cartoons of the 1920-40s TIME & DATE: February 19, … Continue reading
Page from my sketchbook, 2001. The window at Shakespeare and Company, Paris This Spring, I’ll be releasing many pages from my old travel sketchbooks on my iphone app.
You can now get my art on iphone cases thanks to the wonderful folks at Izozzi. Throw off your bland Speck case and drunkenly drop your phone in style.
Every year, I do the art for The Box’s birthday. For the last four years, they’ve been my favorite client, encouraging me go to places darker, sicker, more criticial and depraved with my art than anyone else has let me. … Continue reading
Chinashop Mag just posted Angouleme is the Anti-San Diego, my writeup of the most amazing comic con I’ve ever been lucky enough to attend. I’m still spending my days idling in bed reading all the French comics I emptied my … Continue reading
This epic bloggery comes because, after a 15 hour layover in Zurich, I’m home! Me and Fred just got back from Angouleme (ie best comics convention in universe, soon to be written up for Chinashop) and Paris. Let the vacation … Continue reading
So DC Comics just released the first 20 pages of Puppet Makers. You can download them for free via the Comixology app here. Here’s a nice little review on Comics are Evil As always, your ratings and comments are appreciated.
In November 2010, me and Melissa Dowell spent 14 hours a day balancing on chairs in the freezing cold to paint, gild, and dream up 90 feet of murals for The Box’s new London branch. It was the project of … Continue reading
Molly Crabapple is an artist, journalist, and author of the memoir, Drawing Blood. Called "An emblem of the way art can break out of the gilded gallery" by the New Republic, she has drawn in and reported from Guantanamo Bay, Abu Dhabi's migrant labor camps, and in Syria, Lebanon, Gaza, the West Bank, and Iraqi Kurdistan. Crabapple is a contributing editor for VICE, and has written for publications including The New York Times, Paris Review, and Vanity Fair. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
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