White Cube T-shirt
White Cube T-shirt
for Hannover festival TheaterFormen
(Das T-shirt Abo)
Labels: Brecht Vandenbroucke, Illustration, Print, t-shirt, White Cube
Black Eye 2
I am in this book. It will be unveiled at CAKE (the Chicago Alternative Komics Exposition) in Chicago in two weeks. You can order it now though from the Rotland Press store: http://rotlandpress.com/store/
BLACK EYE 2 : the anthology of humor and despair.
With new comics and art by: Max Clotfelter / Richard Cowdry / Hugleikur Dagson / J.T. Dockery / Brecht Evens / Quentin Faucompre / Julia Gfrörer / Sam Gross / Danny Hellman / Ian Huebert / David Hughes / David Lynch / Benjamin Marra / Paul Nudd / Onsmith / David Paleo / Helge Reumann / Martin Rowson / Stephen William Schudlich / David Shrigley / Ed Subitzky / Brecht Vandenbroucke
With texts by: Paul Krassner, groundbreaking editor and founder of The Realist (1958-2001), who provides a previously unpublished essay / Bob Levin offers up an excerpt from his unpublished satirical novel The Schiz / Jesse Nathan, poetry editor of the McSweeney’s Poetry Series, contributes new poetry and prose pieces / the late Michael O'Donoghue, a major creative force behind the early years of The National Lampoon and the first head-writer for Saturday Night Live (on which he appeared as "Mr. Mike") is present with a long out-of-print essay that once appeared in Spin magazine.
Also included: MEMORY OF POSADA, in which 18 illustrators/graphic artists/cartoonists respond to the work of Mexican artist J.G. Posada. The contributors are: Stéphane Blanquet / Marie-Pierre Brunel / Lilli Carré / Frédéric Coché / Sue Coe / Andrea Dezsö / D.B. Dowd / Henrick Drescher / Bill Fick / Sanya Glisic / Donald Kilpatrick III / Peter Kuper / Jeff Ladouceur / Mats!? / Marc Brunier Mestas / David Sandlin / Mahendra Singh / Wouter Vanhaelemeesch
Print run is limited to 1000 copies.
Softcover / 136 pages / black and white / 9 x 5.75 in. / edited by Ryan Standfest / 2013
Labels: Book, Brecht Vandenbroucke, comic, published, Robert Nothing, Us
Labels: Brecht Vandenbroucke, comic, Robert Nothing
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