Art by me, silkscreened by Melissa Dowell, to benefit NYC literary mag n+1. Buy you’re copy here. They’re selling out rather quickly all photos by Melissa Dowell
Yearly Archives: 2012
A few weeks ago, I went to Madrid for the general strike, where I swigged whisky, watched teenage anarchists smash banks, and drew mass protests. I wrote and sketched it for VICE. Of course, protest doesn’t change the world. … Continue reading
Instead of trampling your neighbors for a waffle iron, you can buy one of these fancy art prints. Click on links below to purchase “Fuck You” limited edition serigraph (edition of 25)- $120 “Salvador Dali” limited edition serigraph (edition of … Continue reading
Ladies and gentlemen! Today BoingBoing.net is premiering the short animation “I Have Your Heart” directed by Jim Batt, illustrated by Molly Crabapple, with a song by Kim Boekbinder. 2 years of paper cuts and patience! PLEASE MAKE THIS FULLSCREEN SERIOUSLY LIKE WHOAH … Continue reading
Last week, Hurricane Sandy hit New York. I was one of the million or so people without power or water. The day after we walked past downed trees and the looted stores at South Street Seaport (someone really wanted sensible … Continue reading
For another day, any prints sold over the next 24 hours will see $40 donated to the NY Cares for Hurricane Sandy aid. You can check out prints at the Etsy store.
November silkscreen of the month, hand screened by Melissa Dowell. 8″ x 12″ on 140lb French’s fine art paper, signed and numbered edition of 12. Buy here.
Any prints sold over the next 24 hours will see $40 donated to the Red Cross for Hurricane Sandy aid. You can check out prints at my Etsy store.
It’s Halloween, but we won’t be scared. There are SIX DAYS until the election and #WeWill vote, #WeWill be heard. Election info at www.rockthevote.com.
Very soon, the solar system was a mass of warm and grassy island computers. But Ariadne was far from finished. The best machines ever should be able to answer all the questions, and she knew there was more to see. … Continue reading
A woman’s beauty is supposed to be her grand project and constant insecurity. We’re meant to shellac our lips with five different glosses, but always think we’re fat. Beauty is Zeno’s paradox. We should endlessly strive for it, but it’s … Continue reading
Me, Jim Batt and Kim Boekbinder did an RSA Short for the Royal Society of the Arts, illustrating Susan Cain’s speech on the power of introverts. It has a cat Steve Wozniak
Spent today balenced on a ladder, drawing Mary Shelley and her creation in the corner of Library Bar in the East Village. A truly fine and epic dive bar it is.
Debt and Her Debtors is done. For this one, I went less specific and more conceptual, with tiny mice being sold balloons by fat cats, that become the weights that will drag them into a meat grinder. Seventh watercolour done!
Drawing for STRIPPED: APE
I have a 6 page spread in the new issue of Juxtapoz, where I talk with Tarssa English about burlesque, politics, art and being arrested. photo by Steve Prue
Me and a very tiny piece of my Groucho Club mural I recently got back from London, where me and Laurie launched Discordia, (our ebook on the Greek crisis) and I created a 50 foot mural of ink madness for … Continue reading
Catch me at the Kickstarter booth in Artist Alley (N407) at New York Comic Con, Saturday, October 13th from 1-2 pm. I’ll be signing copies of Week in Hell and Devil in the Details. As most of you know, both … Continue reading
Discordia by Molly Crabapple and Laurie Penny Amazon US – Amazon UK – Google Books This is the Next Big Thing in journalism: digital, visual, intelligent, heartfelt, post-political, female, alarming, and engaging. It’s both an honest chronicle of one … Continue reading
My poster for the World Maker Faire 2012. Maker Faire had gorgeous prints made of these on watercolour paper, and I spent yesterday evening signing 500 of them at the New York Hall of Science. I loved the challenge 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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