1. christopherkardambikis:

    Strange Attractors: Investigations in Non-Humanoid Extraterrestrial Sexualities is listed and pictured among the notable books!

    Thank, Hyperallergic and Lynn!

  2. phillipfaulkner:

    Beautiful posters courtesy of Justseeds.org in promotion of People’s Climate March NYC. Hancock/Houghton are one of 30 satellite cities propagating these images in support of the PCM.

    (via justseedsartists)

  3. fantagraphics:

    "It’s a great story and Piskor tells it immaculately well." – Bill Adler (co-author, Def Jam: The First 25 Years of the Last Great Record Label)

    "In Ed Piskor’s Hip Hop Family Tree, readers get to experience the origins of rap music in a way like never before; they get to live it. They get to walk the streets of New York City, where in rented performance rooms with cobbled-together gear pioneers like DJ Kool Herc, Afrika Bambaataa, and Grandmaster Flash birthed a new art form." – Comics Alliance

    "An avid lover of hip-hop music and superhero comic books from a young age, Ed Piskor has combined his two passions to create a remarkable reading experience…Hip Hop Family Tree imagines real-world events through the filter of 1980s Marvel Comics, bringing hip-hop visionaries to the page in a style that exaggerates their energy and style to capture the intensity of the music without having the beats." – AV Club

    "The amount of research and history Piskor packs into this book is mind boggling." – Huffington Post

    Hip Hop Family Tree Vols. 1-2: 1975-1983 Box Set
    by Ed Piskor

    248-page full color 9.125” x 13.25” softcover • $59.99
    ISBN: 978-1-60699-791-8

    Due to arrive in about 2-4 weeks. Click on thumbnails for larger versions; get more info, see more previews, and pre-order your copy here:


    (via edpiskor)

  4. spx:

    Looking for a fun SPX debut book?  

    Look no further than the second edition of Ed Piskor’s TRUE HISTORY, Hip Hop Family Tree, just out from Fantagraphics.  

    Ed will be in attendance with just about the whole entire  Fanta crew (but we will MISS YOU JEN VAUGN)!

    You can check out all the book scheduled to debut at SPX 2104 right here:


    If you’re at SPX this year, go say hello to Ed Piskor and visit the Fantagraphics table!

  5. wuvableoaf:

    This coming weekend, Wuvable Oaf will be at the Small Press Expo in Bethesda, MD for the FIRST TIME, Booth K-7! We’ll also be representing the Ignatz-nominated book QU33R (edited by Robert M. Kirby), in the Outstanding Anthology or Collection Category! So stop by and say hi! For more info on SPX visit: http://www.spxpo.com/

  6. pulpatlas:


    To support this series of artist book and zine exhibitions, we are raising money through Indiegogo - check out our page!  

    When you donate to PULP ATLAS, you are supporting the production of new work by 12 artists focusing on the book form as well as a series of exhibitions across the US, UK, and Canada.  

    Plus?  When you donate you can claim one of several amazing perks/rewards including a Set of 3 Queer Scout Badges (Stitch on your queer scout pride! Metallic thread, bright colors!)  or a Queer Zoology Hanky (Hand-printed, heat set, and ready to be broken in!) by Mary Tremonte!

    Mary (Mack) Tremonte is an artist-educator-DJ currently living in Toronto, ON. Her vibrant silkscreen prints explore queer animal sexualities, amplified possibilities, and signifiers. As a DJ and party organizer she strives to create temporary safe spaces for expression, as well as to raise funds and awareness for grassroots causes. She is consumed with printmaking, totally teens, collaboration, communication and the politics of social space, particularly the danceparty.

    Spread the word and help us reach our goal and to make new books!

    Check out PULP ATLAS, a series of exhibitions featuring 12 artists that are focusing on artist books and zines.  Do Anything artist, Mary Tremonte is involved!


  7. Check out some documentation of this exhibition at Needles & Pens of new work by Louis M Schmidt and Ben Medansky.



  8. justseedsartists:

    Fernando Martí’s Risograph print from our new Liberating Learning portfolio!

  9. wuvableoaf:

    Counting spot illustrations, I wrote and/or drew over twenty pages in this book. Apart from Wuvable Oaf, it’s the comics work I’m most proud of. Grab yourself a copy at microcosm publishing.com. #HenryandGlenn4ever

    Check out Ed Luce’s work in the Henry & Glenn Forever & Ever!  Go buy a copy.

  10. brianmichaelbendis:

    Ed Piskor 

    Ed Piskor covers Tom Scioli’s new comic.

    (Source: tomscioli, via spx)

  11. coolpages:

    American Barbarian (AdHouse Books - April 2012)

    Writer/Illustrator: Tom Scioli

    (via adhousebooks)

  12. wuvableoaf:

    I almost completely forgot about this… #Manscaping #ActivityBook #WuvableOaf


  13. tomscioli:

    8-OPUS: Destroyer of Worlds

    by Tom Scioli

    Tom Scioli!

  14. edpiskor:

    Scioli applied his genius to the Doom/Doom collab.

    Awesome Ed Piskor and Tom Scioli collaboration!

  15. Some pictures from Darin Klein's installation at the current Bitches Rule Cycle 3 show at & Pens.

    Read about it more at Darin’s blog:

    & Pens Press
    8564 Washington Blvd
    Culver City, CA 90232
    (310) 204-2500
    Monday-Saturday 12-7pm | Sunday 12-5pm
    Bitches Rule cycle 3 opened Saturday night at & Pens Press in Culver City. I’m really happy with my wallpaper installation made from photocopies of queer zines from my vast collection. The reception was a blast. Thanks so much to & Pens for hosting us. This is their final exhibition in their current space - stay tuned for info about their plans for the future, this is definitely not the end of & Pens. Thanks to all the bitches who participated in this show and all the people who came out to support. Mad love to prvtdncr and Bodega Vendetta for helping me add that extra handmade element to the Bitches Rule cycle 3 zine by sewing a bunch of crazy shit to all 100 of the covers!