Louis M. Schmidt’s solo show, Cy Twombly Death’s Head, just opened up at Park Life in San Francisco. If you’re in the bay, go check it out! And definitely check out Louis’ documentation of the show on his blog Bridge the Void.
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Cartoonist Ed Piskor’s latest book,The Hip Hop Family Tree(Fantagraphic Books) collects his non-fiction comic strip history of Hip Hop, serialized weekly here on Boing Boing. The Hip Hop Family Treefollows the success of his debut graphic novel last year, Wizzywig(Top Shelf Comics), the tale of a computer hacker. Piskor has a special knack for creating comics that appeal to audiences beyond those of us who frequent comic book shops and bookmark webcomics for daily reading. We caught up with him after a busy month of promotional activity for the new book, including stops at Miami Book Fair, Chicago Ideas Week, Brooklyn Book Fair, and the Small Press Expo.
FEATURED ARTIST: Jessica Vaughn is a New York based artist whose work in sculpture, photography, and installation acts as a catalyst or supporting structure for activism. Through a variety of visual interventions in the urban landscape, Vaughn’s work reflects on the competing or obscured…
Jessica Vaughn featured over at the Sculpture Center tumblr. Check out her always great work!
Listen to Kieron Gillen’s interview with Do Anything artist Bettie Breitweiser (Fatale, Winter Soldier, Captain America and Bucky) and fellow amazing colorist, Matt Wilson (Wonder Woman, Young Avengers).
Also do yourself so many favors and buy the books that these three fine creators work on.