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And Your 2021 Eisner Nominations Are...

The 2021 San Diego Comic-Con be shrunk down to a virtual event again, but the Eisners—the most prestigious awards in the comics field, named after pioneer and creator of The Spirit, Will Eisner—must go on. This year’s crop of nominees is surprisingly light on Marvel and DC Comics titles, instead highlighting a diverse…Read more...
Tags: Science, Dc Comics, Visual Arts, Artists, Marvel Comics, Wynd, Walter Scott, Crossover, Doc, Eisner, Adrian Tomine, Jimmy Olsen, Milt Gross, VIZ Media, Eduardo Risso, Morbius


This 508-page collection of found art is a happy mutant's delight

I'm always on the hunt for books and zines of obscure, free-associative imagery. I got my hands on a copy of Glenn Bray's Scrap Book this week and it'\]s contents exceed everything I could have hoped for in a book full of found content. — Read the rest
Tags: Art, Post, News, Scrapbooks, Glenn Bray, Ephmemera, No Sense Makes Sense


Incredible Trailer for Doc 'Struggle: The Life and Lost Art of Szukalski'

"What's going on in this guy's head must be vast." Netflix has debuted a trailer for a new art documentary titled Struggle: The Life and Lost Art of Szukalski, a Searching for Sugar Man-esque story about a forgotten Polish artist, directed by Ireneusz "Irek" Dobrowolski. Don't know who this Szukalski is? That's the point of the film. The doc is about Polish painter and sculptor Stanisław Szukalski, an artist that not many people are familiar with. The story goes that in 1968, pop culture col...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Netflix, Leonardo Dicaprio, Documentaries, To Watch, Szukalski, Ireneusz Irek Dobrowolski Don, Stanisław Szukalski, Glenn Bray, Nick Tate