Drawing by Individual Artists
Drawing in Early Renaissance Italy
Paperback ISBN: 0300079818
During the fifteenth century drawing developed from a subsidiary role in the production of finished paintings to an art form in its own right. In this beautiful book, Francis Ames-Lewis examines the works of the major draughtsmen of the century
Paperback ISBN: 1927668158
Confetti, like its namesake, is a fun and explosive mix of color from the fertile mind of multidisciplinary artist Ginette Lapalme. In comics, paintings, prints, sculpture, and jewelry, Lapalme uses cartoons and junk culture as raw material to make "cute" subversive and "pretty" punk. Ginette Lapalme is a Toronto-based illustrator and artist. Lapalme is a graduate of the storied OCADU Illustration program, and is one third of Wowee Zonk, a Toronto-based illustrator collective and contemporary comic book anthology. Her work has been exhibited in galleries across Toronto, and her client list includes the Walrus magazine, Threadless, and VICE magazine.
Paperback ISBN: 0974166405
A comprehensive, fully re-mastered collection of turn-of-the-century rarities from cartooning and animation pioneer, Winsor McCay: "Tales of the Jungle Imps," "Little Sammy Sneeze," "Dreams of a Rarebit Fiend," and "Pilgrim's Progress." Best known for Little Nemo in Slumberland, and the seminal animated feature Gertie the Dinosaur, McCay puts his artistic talent and whimsical humor on full display here.
The Art of Bone
Hardcover ISBN: 1593074417
Showcases artwork from the comic book "Bone" that encompasses everything from pencil roughs to original pages and finished covers that span the life of the comic, from the artist's first sketches in fourth grade to the last issue published in 2004.
Paperback ISBN: 1927668239
Crossways presents the ever-changing grids that make up the modern urban center, be they intersecting streets, crisscrossing wires, or the ladder that climbs up the side of a building, as pure abstraction. For Phil Woollam, landscape is liquid and the city is a medium as fluid as ink. Phil Woollam is an artist living in Toronto whose drawing-based practice often focuses on multiples that recall the colorful geometry of the Memphis movement and De Stijl. Trained as a sculptor, Woollam has also created three-dimensional works including mascots based on the characters and designs of cartoonist Michael DeForge.
Hardcover ISBN: 0062323644
An underground artist and journalist presents a memoir of her years between September 11 and the Occupy movement in New York City to discuss the impact of historical events on her work and her decision to become a witness journalist. 40,000 first printing.
Paperback ISBN: 1937541193
Gulag Casual, by acclaimed illustrator and cartoonist Austin English, presents some of the most mature and sustained work yet from a constantly challenging and essential artist. This new suite of short stories collects material from 20102015, showcasing the kind of imaginative imagery which firmly establishes English as one of the most innovative cartoonists in practice today. Austin English lives and works in New York as an artist, cartoonist, and publisher. His illustration work has appeared in theNew York Times and has been exhibited in galleries all over the world, including Montreal, Stockholm, Croatia, and New York.