Love it. Alan Mezquida and smigly do it again.
Wow. It’s not a question of going, it’s a question of how many times I can get down to the city to see this show. R. Crumb is my god. I have all his books, a pile of Zap comix and more. Oh my, I’m gonna love this.
Robert Crumb (b. 1943) is considered the premiere underground comix artist of his generation. With only a smattering of issues and titles such as Zap, Motor City, Head Comics, and Despair, Crumb deconstructed the american comic book, revolutionizing the form forever. Over four decades later, his impact continues to be felt worldwide.
This retrospective, curated by Monte Beauchamp, editor of The Life and Times of R. Crumb (St. Martin’s Press), presents key pieces culled from the underground art collection of Eric Sack, with contributions from Paul Morris and John Lautemann.
March 23, 2011 – April 30, 2011
The Society of Illustrators
28 East 63rd Street
(between Park and Lexington Avenues)
New York, NY 10065
Tel: (212) 838-2560
Fax: (212) 838-2561
10 am – 8 pm Tuesday
10 am– 5 pm Wednesday – Friday
12 noon– 4 pm Saturday
Closed most holidays
The Society of Illustrators invites you to attend the Opening Reception for R. Crumb: Lines Drawn on Paper Friday, March 25th, 2011, 7:00 pm.
Refreshments will be served
Cash Bar will be open until midnight
Suggested donation $15
RSVP@societyillustrators.org 212 838 2560
One of my favorite political cartoonists Lloyd Dangle is on flickr. Here’s his iPhone app collection.
Wonderful peek at The New Yorker’s process for putting a series of covers together. Mouly is married to the artist/illustrator/author Art Spiegelman. Her Wikipedia entry is fascinating: Françoise Mouly.
[via Boing Boing]
Chuck Dillon has done a great set of drawings depicting the various categories of art student he sees at the Hussian School of Art in Philadelphia.
In my day there weren’t this many sub-species (that I know of). But, each school attracts different breeds.