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Sunday Adventure Club, 1996
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I feel like I haven’t posted anything in a while! I just moved into my new apartment in Brooklyn and it has been wild. Graduating RISD feels so exciting and I love fresh starts. I painted this little lion and his explorer friend two nights ago, and I’m thinking about writing a children’s book about these two. I also realized looking back at all the paintings I have been making since I got here that they are all of people exploring new places. I will post more of those soon!
Medieval - Rabbits beating up man
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Highlighting titles from the Koyama Press backlist
WAX CROSS BY TIN CAN FOREST
Tin Can Forest (aka Pat Shewchuk and Marek Colek)—whose Koyama Press debut Baba Yaga and the Wolf was nominated for the 2011 Doug Wright Award for Best Emerging Talent, and won the duo the 2011 Joe Shuster Award for Outstanding Comic Book Cartoonist—present their latest book Wax Cross. The artists describe Wax Cross as “an alchemical folktale set in the twilight of the modern age, when the moon has devoured the sun, the mechanical ocean has evaporated into silence, and the decaying corpse of electric current sleeps eternally in a casket of orange lichen. Featuring a cast of characters as familiar as the faded Polaroids in a photo album salvaged from the flooded basement of a condemned church, Wax Cross presents illustrated transcriptions of ectoplasmic revelation, fibrous and grainy folklore, and unbridled bestial merriment, accompanied by textual incantations and occult decoration.”
» Buy Wax Cross
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Despite the technological advances that we use every day to bring each other closer together, there are still some that choose to leave everything behind and live in total solitude. In his photo series ‘Escape,’ Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko traveled through Russia and Ukraine in search of hermits living in self-imposed exile, far away from any city or village.
Tkachenko’s work raises questions about what identity truly means when we are forced to live how society tells us to: “School, work, family – once in this cycle, you are a prisoner of your own position. You should be pragmatic and strong, or become an outcast or a lunatic. How to remain yourself in the midst of this?”
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'About Bees' by Rev. F. G. Jenyns. Published at the request, and under the sanction, of the British beekeepers' association
Published 1886 by W. Gardner, Darton, & co. in London .
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“The Little Red Wolf” will be released very soon ! (june 27 )
The project began 4 years ago, and change al lot since the first sketches
Here a new illustration of the book, and the old version ^^