I've made a huge mistake

Sep 19

cantstopthinkingcomics:

Appleseed by Art Adams

Sep 19

thecomicsvault:

I often get asked “why do you post so much hip hop music on this blog?” and “what’s the connection between comics and hip hop culture?”. To which I answer: “BECAUSE.” and “BASICALLY EVERYTHING!”.

From their underground beginnings, to their acceptance in mainstream culture. From the similarities between over the top characters, the super groups, the feuds, the team-ups and their ability to advance their art form and re-invent themselves and their medium over the years.

Hip Hop and comic books will always be linked, and my love for both is the main inspiration for this blog.

Above is selections from
Ed Piskor’s HIP HOP FAMILY TREE TWO-IN-ONE
from this past Free Comics Day. It illustrates better than I could how closely linked the two mediums are. 

Sep 18

dashshaw:

testingtine:

Fernand Leger

Dash Shaw

That’s cool. A few people have mentioned this to me. I can’t say I was thinking about Leger. I was thinking more about Picabia’s transparencies, which came out of doing all of the overlays in BodyWorld (laying acetate sheets over each other, or using the “multiply” function in Photoshop — also, dissolves in film, especially animation where you have total control and can make two unlikely frames line up in unusual ways.) Lots of artists have done similar things — Warhol, Polke, Picasso — Gary Panter would do more psychedelic-ish things like this. But, I’m into Leger. I like Leger’s still life type ones the best. Thank you.

Sep 18
comicsworkbook:

Check out this amazing new comic by Rachel Masilamani over at Mutha Magazine
Sep 18

Chiara Samugheo, Monica Vitti, Roma, 1962

Chiara Samugheo, Monica Vitti, Roma, 1962

Sep 18

kalenknowles:

Kalen Knowles - RULES

This is my entry for the Comics Workbook Composition Competition! I…think it qualifies?

Sep 18
ramonvillalobos:

get into the groove

ramonvillalobos:

get into the groove

Sep 18
ramonvillalobos:

x 23 is gonna kill you
Sep 18
Sep 18

thefriskywindsor:

Saturday Evening Post covers from the 1920’s featuring women ice hockey players.

Sep 18
royalboiler:

I drew Simon Hanselmann’s Meg Mogg and Owl from Megahex while on our Inkstuds 500 tour. . 

royalboiler:

I drew Simon Hanselmann’s Meg Mogg and Owl from Megahex while on our Inkstuds 500 tour. .