Picture Box recently introduced a new series of drawing books, and kicked it off with Peter Saul. Signed & Numbered in an edition of 300.
Nice hand drawn animation by Jake Fried.
Thanks to this newly published book through PictureBox, I’ve been introduced to the work of Jonny Negron. The best way to describe Negron’s art is if you took Robert Crumb, dropped him in on the border of Bushwick with a stack of King magazines, Japanese comics, and art supplies and told him to get to work. The results are colorfully addictive.
A series from way back in 2004 by Aurel Schmidt.
While the regular edition of this great little book won’t out until the Fall, there are 35 customized copies with a drawing by Todd James that you can buy now. And you should take that opportunity, because drawings by Todd James are not that easily obtained on the regular.
Mike Giant has a new solo show opening up at FFDG tonight in San Francisco. If you’re in the area, be sure to stop by.
2277 Mission St.
Over the next week we’ll be pulling some interesting pages from The Worst of While You Were Sleeping in an effort to encourage you to go out and buy the book.
From the article 6 Feet 6 Inches of Dalek. Page 381
While in Detroit, Rime found some arrest records in an abandoned Police Station. He proceeded to draw on them.
by Alex Pardee
The Canadian artist’s work killed it over the weekend at the Grimes & Friends show. See more here.
photos by Julia Chesky
A trailer created for his show at London’s Hayward Gallery
These original drawings from Will Sweeney’s series As Above So Below are great.
Humorous work from Christopher Niemann in last Sunday’s NY Times Magazine.