NON - the anthology that took the best of what made Françoise Mouly and Art Spiegelman’s RAW a classic and combined it with a clear sense of where the future of comics lay.
Take a look at the beautiful anthology, NON #5.
Shotaro Ishinomori - Uchuu Tetsujin Kyodain
Planche de “Les Larmes du Tigre”
Par Didier Comès
POC Zine Project’s mission is to makes ALL zines by POC (People of Color) easy to find, share and distribute. We are an experiment in activism and community through materiality
POC Zine Project curates a traveling POC zine exhibition, has established an archive, cultivates digital platforms that share POC zines and provides grants, tools and events for zinesters.
The POC Zine Project will be hosting the POC Zine Project presents: Lessons from the first ‘Race Riot!’ tour” from 2 - 3:30 pm in the Lecture Hall, Columbia College Chicago’s Conaway Center on March 9 as part of Chicago Zine Fest’s Zine Exhibition. The POC Zine Project will also be tabling at the Zine Exhibition. This is the second year the
POC Zine Project has taken part in Chicago Zine Fest and we are so excited!
Clothing Folds (Part 1)
Adding the bigger version of the previously posted tutorial for the anons who couldn’t read it, also added the source. The second part will be added very soon. -ivona
Thanks for the opportunity to interview you! I’ve admired your work for a while now, so this is a real pleasure.
NICE TO MEET YOU!
The most recent issue of Crickets focused mainly on a writer and a filmmaker. And I noticed in the liner notes of Poor Sailor that it is inspired by a Guy de…
This is great: ten drawing tips from Gary Panter, including such gems as:
Most people (even your favorite artists) don’t like their drawings as much as they want to. Why? Because it is easy to imagine something better. This is only ambition, which is not a bad thing — but if you can accept what you are doing, of course you will progress quicker to a more satisfying level and also accidentally make perfectly charming drawings even if they embarrass you.
Don’t worry about a style. It will creep up on you and eventually you will have to undo it in order to go further. Be like a river and accept everything.