You Have to F**king Eat, performed by Bryan Cranston
The Alaska of Giants and Gods by Dave Eggers
“The Lower Forty-eight was full of cowards and thieves and it was time for mountains and people of truth and courage.”
NCIS: Provence: The Van Gogh Mystery by Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith
For many decades, suicide was the unquestioned final chapter of Vincent van Gogh’s legend. But in their 2011 book, Pulitzer Prize-winning biographers Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith offered a far more plausible scenario—that Van Gogh was killed—only to find themselves under attack. Now, with the help of a leading forensic expert, the authors take their case a step further.
Working primarily with an airbrush in the 1940s, Gerald Gregg designed close to 200 covers for Dell paperbacks at the Western Printing & Lithographing Company in Racine, Wisconsin. Some of his best work comes from the ‘Mystery’ imprint, featured in the gallery above.
100% of the profits from the sale of Cody Hudson’s limited edition Public – Supply notebook will go to supporting creative work in Chicago public schools.
These are just some of the things that you will learn in the new biography co-authored by Buddha Monk and Mickey Hess. One of the most unique characters and performers of our lifetime, The Dirty Version: On Stage, in the Studio, and in the Streets with Ol’ Dirty Bastard tells the inside story of Big Baby Jesus, who died of an overdose back in 2004 at the age of thirty-five.
Marcel the Shell is back! and he’s got a new book out.
An evangelical booklet for the promotion of the humanities by Mark Mulroney. Available by mail-order here
For those in SF, Mark has a new show opening at Ever Gold this Saturday, October 18th, from 7-10pm
Saul Steinberg’s 404-inch drawing from 1954 comes to life in this video trailer for a new Nieves publication
You’ve probably watched at least 420 minutes of his drawings on television, so repeatedly flipping through all of the pages in Jay Howell’s new art book should be an enjoyable breeze for you. Titled “Punks Git Cut: A Zine Anthology by Jay Howell” it’s just one of the many rad new publications that Last Gasp is kickstarting for their fall new season of books. Pre-order today and impress your friends tomorrow
Printed Matter’s ninth annual NY Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1.
Between 1978 and 1985, Paul Kirchner did this far-out monthly comic strip for Heavy Metal magazine. You can find The Bus in book form here