My World Premiere
My World Premiere
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fantagraphics:

3 New Stories by Dash Shaw
http://www.fantagraphics.com/3newstories
32-page full-color comic book • $3.99ISBN: 978-1-60699-721-5
Order Now! - Also available digitally via comiXology
This one-shot comic book features three all-new, full-color short stories that explore varied dystopian societies. From a Sherlock Holmes-style investigator who must complete his high school degree to filmed “voluntary” nudity to prison camps full of jaded children, Shaw pens each story with his signature style and unique spin, all in 32 pages.
“A former student of the genius artist-seer-cartoonist Gary Panter, Dash, it’s fair to say, is something of a genius as well.” — Chris Ware
“Dash Shaw is an utterly brilliant young cartoonist who has, in a few short years, advanced from the academic experiments of his earlier work… into a formalist genius whose skills encompass both a natural gift for color and a feel for subtle, indirect characterization.” – Bill Howard, Only the Cinema
“Kaleidoscopic… Shaw has a deft touch… Like the very best illustrated fiction, Shaw’s work moves between pathos and humor, between the fantastic and the familiar.” – The Christian Science Monitor
fantagraphics:

3 New Stories by Dash Shaw
http://www.fantagraphics.com/3newstories
32-page full-color comic book • $3.99ISBN: 978-1-60699-721-5
Order Now! - Also available digitally via comiXology
This one-shot comic book features three all-new, full-color short stories that explore varied dystopian societies. From a Sherlock Holmes-style investigator who must complete his high school degree to filmed “voluntary” nudity to prison camps full of jaded children, Shaw pens each story with his signature style and unique spin, all in 32 pages.
“A former student of the genius artist-seer-cartoonist Gary Panter, Dash, it’s fair to say, is something of a genius as well.” — Chris Ware
“Dash Shaw is an utterly brilliant young cartoonist who has, in a few short years, advanced from the academic experiments of his earlier work… into a formalist genius whose skills encompass both a natural gift for color and a feel for subtle, indirect characterization.” – Bill Howard, Only the Cinema
“Kaleidoscopic… Shaw has a deft touch… Like the very best illustrated fiction, Shaw’s work moves between pathos and humor, between the fantastic and the familiar.” – The Christian Science Monitor
fantagraphics:

3 New Stories by Dash Shaw
http://www.fantagraphics.com/3newstories
32-page full-color comic book • $3.99ISBN: 978-1-60699-721-5
Order Now! - Also available digitally via comiXology
This one-shot comic book features three all-new, full-color short stories that explore varied dystopian societies. From a Sherlock Holmes-style investigator who must complete his high school degree to filmed “voluntary” nudity to prison camps full of jaded children, Shaw pens each story with his signature style and unique spin, all in 32 pages.
“A former student of the genius artist-seer-cartoonist Gary Panter, Dash, it’s fair to say, is something of a genius as well.” — Chris Ware
“Dash Shaw is an utterly brilliant young cartoonist who has, in a few short years, advanced from the academic experiments of his earlier work… into a formalist genius whose skills encompass both a natural gift for color and a feel for subtle, indirect characterization.” – Bill Howard, Only the Cinema
“Kaleidoscopic… Shaw has a deft touch… Like the very best illustrated fiction, Shaw’s work moves between pathos and humor, between the fantastic and the familiar.” – The Christian Science Monitor
fantagraphics:

3 New Stories by Dash Shaw
http://www.fantagraphics.com/3newstories
32-page full-color comic book • $3.99ISBN: 978-1-60699-721-5
Order Now! - Also available digitally via comiXology
This one-shot comic book features three all-new, full-color short stories that explore varied dystopian societies. From a Sherlock Holmes-style investigator who must complete his high school degree to filmed “voluntary” nudity to prison camps full of jaded children, Shaw pens each story with his signature style and unique spin, all in 32 pages.
“A former student of the genius artist-seer-cartoonist Gary Panter, Dash, it’s fair to say, is something of a genius as well.” — Chris Ware
“Dash Shaw is an utterly brilliant young cartoonist who has, in a few short years, advanced from the academic experiments of his earlier work… into a formalist genius whose skills encompass both a natural gift for color and a feel for subtle, indirect characterization.” – Bill Howard, Only the Cinema
“Kaleidoscopic… Shaw has a deft touch… Like the very best illustrated fiction, Shaw’s work moves between pathos and humor, between the fantastic and the familiar.” – The Christian Science Monitor
fantagraphics:

3 New Stories by Dash Shaw
http://www.fantagraphics.com/3newstories
32-page full-color comic book • $3.99ISBN: 978-1-60699-721-5
Order Now! - Also available digitally via comiXology
This one-shot comic book features three all-new, full-color short stories that explore varied dystopian societies. From a Sherlock Holmes-style investigator who must complete his high school degree to filmed “voluntary” nudity to prison camps full of jaded children, Shaw pens each story with his signature style and unique spin, all in 32 pages.
“A former student of the genius artist-seer-cartoonist Gary Panter, Dash, it’s fair to say, is something of a genius as well.” — Chris Ware
“Dash Shaw is an utterly brilliant young cartoonist who has, in a few short years, advanced from the academic experiments of his earlier work… into a formalist genius whose skills encompass both a natural gift for color and a feel for subtle, indirect characterization.” – Bill Howard, Only the Cinema
“Kaleidoscopic… Shaw has a deft touch… Like the very best illustrated fiction, Shaw’s work moves between pathos and humor, between the fantastic and the familiar.” – The Christian Science Monitor
fantagraphics:

3 New Stories by Dash Shaw
http://www.fantagraphics.com/3newstories
32-page full-color comic book • $3.99ISBN: 978-1-60699-721-5
Order Now! - Also available digitally via comiXology
This one-shot comic book features three all-new, full-color short stories that explore varied dystopian societies. From a Sherlock Holmes-style investigator who must complete his high school degree to filmed “voluntary” nudity to prison camps full of jaded children, Shaw pens each story with his signature style and unique spin, all in 32 pages.
“A former student of the genius artist-seer-cartoonist Gary Panter, Dash, it’s fair to say, is something of a genius as well.” — Chris Ware
“Dash Shaw is an utterly brilliant young cartoonist who has, in a few short years, advanced from the academic experiments of his earlier work… into a formalist genius whose skills encompass both a natural gift for color and a feel for subtle, indirect characterization.” – Bill Howard, Only the Cinema
“Kaleidoscopic… Shaw has a deft touch… Like the very best illustrated fiction, Shaw’s work moves between pathos and humor, between the fantastic and the familiar.” – The Christian Science Monitor
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sfmoma:

brownthings:

The Garry Winogrand show at SFMOMA is outstanding.

Lovely photo :)
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likeafieldmouse:

Maria Louceiro
likeafieldmouse:

Maria Louceiro
likeafieldmouse:

Maria Louceiro
likeafieldmouse:

Maria Louceiro
likeafieldmouse:

Maria Louceiro
likeafieldmouse:

Maria Louceiro
likeafieldmouse:

Maria Louceiro
likeafieldmouse:

Maria Louceiro
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thisisdisplay:

This little-known cover design for the Italian magazine La Pubblicità (L’Ufficio Moderno, Rivista Mensile, Ottobre 1935-XIII) is one of Schawinsky’s most remarkable, not only for its design qualities but for its ability to reinforce his important role in disseminating modernist ideas throughout Europe and beyond. 
The son of a Polish-Jew, Xanti Schawinsky (Born Switzerland, 1904–1979) enrolled as an early student of the Bauhaus in 1924, before moving to Milan, Italy in 1933 where he collaborated with Antonio Boggeri’s newly opened Studio Boggeri, arguably the most important design studio in pre/post war Italy. Three years later, Schawinsky left for the United States where he teamed up with Josef Albers to teach at Black Mountain College.
Theatrical and expressive, this cover design explodes off the page with its exaggerated scale, experimental halftone printing, abstract shape, layering and unique color combination. The black angular, sans-serif text perfectly placed over the smiling face vibrates the page, creating both depth and motion to the design. Schawinsky pays homage to his Bauhaus roots with a photo of two youthful and energetic Bauhaus students taken by his friend and Bauhaus jazz band member T. Lux Feininger. Full of joy, this lively design is as optimistic and spontaneous as Schawinsky himself, maybe how he felt when he arrived in Italy or perhaps the idea that youth will transform modern society. This issue includes a feature article written by Schawinsky aptly titled Pubblicità funzionale.
*Bottom photo by T. Lux Feininger (1910–2011), Untitled (with Georg Hartmann and Miriam Manuckiam), 1928. (Source: Baisers Volés)
thisisdisplay:

This little-known cover design for the Italian magazine La Pubblicità (L’Ufficio Moderno, Rivista Mensile, Ottobre 1935-XIII) is one of Schawinsky’s most remarkable, not only for its design qualities but for its ability to reinforce his important role in disseminating modernist ideas throughout Europe and beyond. 
The son of a Polish-Jew, Xanti Schawinsky (Born Switzerland, 1904–1979) enrolled as an early student of the Bauhaus in 1924, before moving to Milan, Italy in 1933 where he collaborated with Antonio Boggeri’s newly opened Studio Boggeri, arguably the most important design studio in pre/post war Italy. Three years later, Schawinsky left for the United States where he teamed up with Josef Albers to teach at Black Mountain College.
Theatrical and expressive, this cover design explodes off the page with its exaggerated scale, experimental halftone printing, abstract shape, layering and unique color combination. The black angular, sans-serif text perfectly placed over the smiling face vibrates the page, creating both depth and motion to the design. Schawinsky pays homage to his Bauhaus roots with a photo of two youthful and energetic Bauhaus students taken by his friend and Bauhaus jazz band member T. Lux Feininger. Full of joy, this lively design is as optimistic and spontaneous as Schawinsky himself, maybe how he felt when he arrived in Italy or perhaps the idea that youth will transform modern society. This issue includes a feature article written by Schawinsky aptly titled Pubblicità funzionale.
*Bottom photo by T. Lux Feininger (1910–2011), Untitled (with Georg Hartmann and Miriam Manuckiam), 1928. (Source: Baisers Volés)
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rappcats:

Freddie Gibbs remembering when Michael Jackson came back to Gary, Indiana“Grown ni**as out there fainting … I’m seeing killas with tears in their eyes.”
rappcats:

Freddie Gibbs remembering when Michael Jackson came back to Gary, Indiana“Grown ni**as out there fainting … I’m seeing killas with tears in their eyes.”
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cavetocanvas:

Hannah Höch, Sea Serpent, 1937
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cavetocanvas:

Hannah Höch, Photomontage, 1946
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"Cities, like dreams, are made of desires and fears, even if the thread of their discourse is secret, their rules are absurd, their perspectives deceitful, and everything conceals something else."
Italo Calvino, Invisible Cities (1972). (via fullerenes)
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mtendere:

wrks
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It's all G.O.O.D.: An Excerpt From Common's Book
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Donuts (Ode)