Ivan Brunetti, the cartoonist whose work ranges from cute to morally questionable (see his book Ho!), has written a small, instructional book called Cartooning: Philosophy and Practice. Geoff Gossett, the lesser-known cartoonist whose work is mostly just morally questionable, has written a small review.
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Art Director Geoff Gossett introduces recent, rare, and random titles that inspire his work at the drawing table.
The Editors of McSweeney’s have compiled a selection of art based on a simple premise: that each piece incorporates words to humorous effect. In his introduction Dave Eggers contends that after the 90s the line between fine art and comics was blurred, largely due to Raymond Pettibon’s success (who’s responsible for the more notorious Black Flag and Sonic Youth album covers).
Essex County is a fantastic collection of stories by Canadian artist Jeff Lemire about a fictitious group of people in the Lemire’s real hometown in Ontario.
Art Director Geoff Gossett introduces recent, rare, and random titles that inspire his work at the drawing table. More images from The Upset forthcoming. The Upset: Young Contemporary Art, ed. R. Klanten, H. Hellige, & S. Ehmann. (Die Gestalten Verlag) $60 As far as collections of contemporary art go, Gesalten’s The Upset is a book that […]