Character sketches for a new thing.

Character sketches for a new thing.

wormulus:

Unholy Shapes by Annie Mok
Kevin and I are proud to announce Annie Mok’s Unholy Shapes as the first book of the Ley Lines series which will debut at CAB. Ley Lines is a quarterly publication dedicated to exploring the intersection of comics and the various fields of art & culture that inspire us. In Unholy Shapes, a dissociative young trans person binges on drugs, has bad Craigslist sex, and struggles with the troubled legacy of Expressionist painter Egon Schiele.
Co-published by Grindstone Comics and Czap Books

wormulus:

Unholy Shapes by Annie Mok

Kevin and I are proud to announce Annie Mok’s Unholy Shapes as the first book of the Ley Lines series which will debut at CAB. Ley Lines is a quarterly publication dedicated to exploring the intersection of comics and the various fields of art & culture that inspire us. In Unholy Shapes, a dissociative young trans person binges on drugs, has bad Craigslist sex, and struggles with the troubled legacy of Expressionist painter Egon Schiele.

Co-published by Grindstone Comics and Czap Books

lagrandguerre:

October 17, 1914
Newspaper report of British sinking on four German destroyers off the coast of Holland

Warren Craghead

lagrandguerre:

October 17, 1914

Newspaper report of British sinking on four German destroyers off the coast of Holland

Warren Craghead

Wise Blood by Flannery O’Connor, cover design by Milton Glaser

Wise Blood by Flannery O’Connor, cover design by Milton Glaser

Page spread from Annotated 15.

Page spread from Annotated 15.

Optic Nerve #13 (July 2013)

theblackestofsuns:

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Everything terrible about today’s world in twenty panels. 

Adrian Tomine

(via exitsmiling)

Ben Katchor, from Bombardment City, Metropolis Magazine, October 2014

Ben Katchor, from Bombardment City, Metropolis Magazine, October 2014

Tags: ben katchor


via fer1972:
Edward Gorey’s cover for Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque by Edgar Allan Poe

via fer1972:

Edward Gorey’s cover for Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque by Edgar Allan Poe

(via strandbooks)

Page from Annotated 15, which will be at the upcoming Comic Arts Brooklyn show.

Page from Annotated 15, which will be at the upcoming Comic Arts Brooklyn show.

nightlightleather:

Saul Steinberg

nightlightleather:

Saul Steinberg

(Source: litelowlife, via exitsmiling)

Additional misc tonality study, 091014.

Additional misc tonality study, 091014.

newyorker:

From our Creative Life Collection, Judith Thurman’s 2012 Profile of the cartoonist Alison Bechdel:

“Bechdel doesn’t outline her stories, which jump back and forth in time, so much as map them, using the cards as placeholders for her scenes. Her untidy blueprint reminded me of yet another kind of house: a memory palace.”

Credit: Alison Bechdel

newyorker:

From our Creative Life Collection, Judith Thurman’s 2012 Profile of the cartoonist Alison Bechdel:

“Bechdel doesn’t outline her stories, which jump back and forth in time, so much as map them, using the cards as placeholders for her scenes. Her untidy blueprint reminded me of yet another kind of house: a memory palace.”

Credit: Alison Bechdel

(Source: newyorker.com)