spx:

Just pushed out another dozen or so SPX 2014 Debut Books!
Nic Sumida, Sam Bosma, Sam Alden, Liz Prince, Liz Suburbia, Dave Plunkert, Cathy Johnson,  Kevin Czap, and Julia Wertz among others!

Although Liz won’t be at SPX this year, I’ll have copies of her new zine Cyanide Milkshake #6 at the OOSA booth. Czap Books will have copies at their booth as well.

spx:

Just pushed out another dozen or so SPX 2014 Debut Books!

Nic Sumida, Sam Bosma, Sam Alden, Liz Prince, Liz Suburbia, Dave Plunkert, Cathy Johnson,  Kevin Czap, and Julia Wertz among others!

Although Liz won’t be at SPX this year, I’ll have copies of her new zine Cyanide Milkshake #6 at the OOSA booth. Czap Books will have copies at their booth as well.

This weekend…

andrewmaclean:

This weekend I’ll be at two different art shows here in MA.

Saturday (8/23) I’ll be at BING CON in Springfield, MA. More info:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1509870295898363/

And Sunday (8/24) I’ll be at Art Walk in the Park in Cambridge, MA. More info:
https://www.facebook.com/ArtWalkinthePark/timeline

Thanks, -A

Available in November from the OOSA artists:

BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA #6 (Boom! Studios) alternate cover by Alexis Ziritt.

FBP: FEDERAL BUREAU OF PHYSICS #15 (Vertigo) cover and partial interior art by Nathan Fox.

DEAD LETTERS #7 (Boom! Studios) cover and interior art by Chris Visions.

THE KITCHEN #1 (Vertigo) variant cover and interior art by Ming Doyle.

COMING HOME (Macmillan) by Greg Ruth.

Not pictured: ARKHAM MANOR #2 (DC) variant cover by Nathan Fox.

chrisvisions:

Here’s the piece I did in memory of my friend Kerry P. Talbott. It’s part of the MONSTROUS OPTIMISM Poster Show Benefit! The show is this Friday (08/22) at Art Space in Richmond, and will be displaying a lot of beautiful posters that will be on sale to support his family. Hope to see you there!

A little exposure for OOSA artist Chris Visions over on www.bleedingcool.com. Don’t forget to buy the Dead Letters tpb on the shelves today.

A little exposure for OOSA artist Chris Visions over on www.bleedingcool.com. Don’t forget to buy the Dead Letters tpb on the shelves today.

brandnewnostalgia:

TMNT on BNN
Krang by Alexis Ziritt

brandnewnostalgia:

TMNT on BNN

Krang by Alexis Ziritt

OOSA artist and MFA Visual Narrative Department Chair Nathan Fox received a Regional Design Award from Print Magazine for his comic-inspired “What’s Your Story” SVA subway posters . THE REGIONAL DESIGN ANNUAL, now in its 32nd year, is the most comprehensive survey of graphic design in the United States, and the only design competition organized by geography. In short, it’s kind of a big deal. Congrats, Nathan!

You can purchase two of the award winning posters (shown above) HERE and HERE. You can also purchase other prints by Nathan Fox in the OOSA Print Shop, including the limited edition Captain Victory Giclee prints. 

silversprocket:

Liz Suburbia's center spread from As You Were #1 made you freak out and demand screen-prints of it (good call). Bitch Magazine then gave us a shout-out on behalf of El Sub’s chops (probably because of the awesome female characters and sex positivity in her art) in As You Were #3.
At ComicCon last week, Fantagraphics (one of the most important comix and graphic novel publishers in the history of ever) announced they’ll be turning Suburbia’s Sacred Heart web-comic series into a graphic novel.
Here’s a behind-the-scenes peek at that from Out Of Step Arts:


We’re stupid-excited about a brand new Liz Suburbia art that we’ll be showing off next week after we get a chance to post a few up around town, with a run of 18x24 screen-prints and back-patches. Check back soon.

Keep your eyes peeled.
http://silversprocket.net/

silversprocket:

Liz Suburbia's center spread from As You Were #1 made you freak out and demand screen-prints of it (good call). Bitch Magazine then gave us a shout-out on behalf of El Sub’s chops (probably because of the awesome female characters and sex positivity in her art) in As You Were #3.

At ComicCon last week, Fantagraphics (one of the most important comix and graphic novel publishers in the history of ever) announced they’ll be turning Suburbia’s Sacred Heart web-comic series into a graphic novel.

Here’s a behind-the-scenes peek at that from Out Of Step Arts:

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We’re stupid-excited about a brand new Liz Suburbia art that we’ll be showing off next week after we get a chance to post a few up around town, with a run of 18x24 screen-prints and back-patches. Check back soon.

Keep your eyes peeled.

http://silversprocket.net/

Tags: Liz Suburbia

carlaworks:

Poster for AAC. Homage to Phantomah

Nice.

carlaworks:

Poster for AAC. Homage to Phantomah

Nice.

(via steinerfrommars)

Tags: Fantomah

gregthingscom:

Just came home to find sitting on the porch an early pressing of my newest children’s picture book, COMING HOME. Holy Cow, did everyone at Feiwel&Friends do a terrific job on this. Comes out this Vet’s Day!