Happy Sunday! Let’s check out some cool art.
A lot of people were talking about how to comic this week, or linking to older conversations about how to comic. So that’s what we’re sharing with you today.
The Sound of Weeping Art is often thought about in very different terms to other sorts of communication, which is a loss. For example, even in comics criticism, people (us, others) often forget to directly mention the images which make up the telling of the story. The art will have had an impact on the…
Paralyzing fears. Everyone has at least one. It may or may not be sensible or even comprehensible. Today, WWAC staffers share their WORST FEARS.
Why The Wicked + The Divine Doesn’t Deserve its Own Movie. ASAP or Otherwise. The Wicked + The Divine doesn’t deserve its own movie. Perhaps The Wicked and Divine does. I’m not quite sure what that is. Over at Vulture, Brennan Carley argues that because Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, and Matt Wilson’s’s new comic is…
The Art Gallery of Ontario will host the first, large-scale thematic examination of Jean-Michel Basquiat’s work. Huzzah! “Basquiat,” curated by Austrian art historian Dieter Buchhart, will open on February 7 and collects over 140 paintings and drawings by the celebrated artist. — Megan
Oh hello. Welcome to our weekend art and design link blog. Good reads, things that catch our eye, and excellent tutorials, Multifarious will be a mixed bag of art and design type things.
First Second brings us Hidden, out today. By Loïc Dauvillier, translated from its original French, with art from Marc Lizano and inks by Greg Salsedo, it is a Holocaust education story for younger children. Hidden follows the story of Dounia, who tells her granddaughter the story of her experience during the Holocaust as a little girl….