THIS WOMAN’S WORK, Julie Delporte’s graphic novel from Drawn & Quarterly, draws on women’s art to find healing and space for rich creative expression.
Antoine Crossé’s comic SHOWTIME revels in the surreal, rejects the rational and linear, and pushes the limits of the imagination. This comic from Breakdown Press proves that comics are an ideal space for surrealism and magic.
Artist Leila del Duca and colorist Alissa Sallah use elements of Art Nouveau in Image Comic’s SLEEPLESS to bring Sarah Vaughn’s ornate story to life. The floral motifs, geometric patterns, and bold line work evoke the aesthetics of Art Nouveau to reinforce the comic’s themes and intrigue.
THE ELECTRIC SUBLIME #1 Review. Follow the adventures of bipolar painter Art Brut as he jumps into masterpieces – literally.
“Murderer.” After finishing the first book of Art Spiegelman’s Maus, the word echoes in my head. It was shocking the first time Artie hurled it at his father for destroying his mother’s Holocaust diaries. It was even more shocking that in this hallowed work of art, Artie says it twice. I have a feeling the ending of the story says …