Mister Badger

An editor and writer who likes art, books, art books, comics, comic books, and artist's books. And literature and cats.
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Comics Workbook Magazine #5 is now available from Copacetic Comics here
This issue features an interview with The Ladydrawers Comic Collective’s Melissa Mendes and Anne Elizabeth Moore by Zach Mason, a review of Haruo Musuko’s Wandering Son by Laura Knetzger, a review of Yuichi Yokoyama’s World Map Room by (moonlighting Paris Review editor) Nicole Rudick, a conversation between Mia Schwartz and Ben Urkowitz, and an interview with Walker Mettling of the Providence Comics Consortium by Zach Mason. Our best issue yet. 
Comics Workbook Magazine is edited by Andrew White and designed by Zach Mason. 

Hot off the press!

franksantoro:

comicsworkbook:

Comics Workbook Magazine #5 is now available from Copacetic Comics here

This issue features an interview with The Ladydrawers Comic Collective’s Melissa Mendes and Anne Elizabeth Moore by Zach Mason, a review of Haruo Musuko’s Wandering Son by Laura Knetzger, a review of Yuichi Yokoyama’s World Map Room by (moonlighting Paris Review editor) Nicole Rudick, a conversation between Mia Schwartz and Ben Urkowitz, and an interview with Walker Mettling of the Providence Comics Consortium by Zach Mason. Our best issue yet. 

Comics Workbook Magazine is edited by Andrew White and designed by Zach Mason. 

Hot off the press!

Katherine Bernhardt, Study Session/Computers, Laptops, Cell phones, Pizza and a Cigarette, 2013, flasche, acrylic, and spray paint on canvas, 120 x 96 in.

Katherine Bernhardt, Study Session/Computers, Laptops, Cell phones, Pizza and a Cigarette, 2013, flasche, acrylic, and spray paint on canvas,
120 x 96 in.

Six works by David Smith, photographed by the artist at Bolton Landing Dock, Lake George, New York, ca. 1956.

Six works by David Smith, photographed by the artist at Bolton Landing Dock, Lake George, New York, ca. 1956.

Betty Woodman, Rose et Noir, 1989, glazed earthenware,  21 x 26 x 22 in.

Betty Woodman, Rose et Noir, 1989, glazed earthenware,  21 x 26 x 22 in.

A gallery visit with Gary Panter.
"I go through thousands of pictures, and hardly any of them will be in a painting. I did it last night—I looked at probably two thousand pictures and didn’t see anything I wanted to paint. Cartoons are usually telling a story. Paintings are more like moments or like poems, like haiku. You get it in a moment, if you get it." Read more. 

A gallery visit with Gary Panter.

"I go through thousands of pictures, and hardly any of them will be in a painting. I did it last night—I looked at probably two thousand pictures and didn’t see anything I wanted to paint. Cartoons are usually telling a story. Paintings are more like moments or like poems, like haiku. You get it in a moment, if you get it." Read more

Gary Panter invents the Red Vine whistle.

Gary Panter invents the Red Vine whistle.

Derrick Adams, I Come in Peace, 2014, mixed media collage on paper. His show is up now at Tilton Gallery. 

Derrick Adams, I Come in Peace, 2014, mixed media collage on paper. His show is up now at Tilton Gallery

Before there was Ivan Brunetti, there was John Held Jr., the Jazz Age master of vignettes crowded with tiny caricatures.