Sharpie Godzilla for @wcraghead’s brother and Godzilla vs. Cancer.
Sketching envelopes for INK BRICK orders. Want one, order one: http://inkbrick.storenvy.com
PAUL K TUNIS is coming to TCAF!
"Paul K.Tunis is a comics poet and illustrator. His work has appeared in publications which include McSweeney’s Press, The Poetry Foundation, Bateau, Drunken Boat, Loaded Bicycle, Moonshot and The Rumpus…" - Full Bio at TCAF site
Artist’s Website: paulktunis.com
TCAF is The Toronto Comic Arts Festival, taking place May 9-11, 2014, in Toronto, Canada. More at http://torontocomics.com/
Not sure whose tumblr this is, but I like it.
You’ll like it, trust me. When have I ever lied to you? Bring it up in a comment.
Order in the next 10 minutes get the INK BRICK Solid Flavor Injector while supplies last.*
*injector supply limited to none, sorry that was the first lie though.
More from the comic I’m working on, Avenge Me, Eavesdropper.
'Avenge Me, Eavesdropper' detail.
Working on a new comic.
Images from installing and opening of “The Fire To Say” at Winkleman Gallery in NYC, curated by Franklin Einspruch and based on the book he put together "Comics As Poetry." It’s a great show with books and art from Franklin Einspruch, Kimball Anderson, Paul Tunis, Oliver East, Jason Overby, Julie Delporte, Derik Badman and me. These images, from the top:
- Franklin photobombing me with an Oliver East page.
- Delporte and East on top, Tunis in the middle, more Delporte on the bottom. I loved how hers was so cut up and collaged.
- My review of Overby’s awesome pages.
- some of my scribblings.
- The table of reading stuff.
- My father-in-law Pappy Way talking to Ford and Rothman.
- Cockle, another guest and Darryl Ayo, my twitter hero.
- Finally, Franklin looking deservedly triumphant.
Thanks to all who came and who will go see it, including not pictured Bianca Stone, Frank Webster, Steve Voll, Linda Way, Austin English and more more more. Thanks esp. to Franklin for putting it together and Ed Winkleman for hosting the show in his gallery.
Some of my pages featured in
'THE FIRE TO SAY: COMICS AS POETRY'
exhibition at the Winkleman Curatorial Research Lab.
January 17 - February 15, 2014
January 17, 6 - 8 PM
(I’ll draw something on you if you come.)
621 West 27th Street
New York, NY 10001
It’s a great collection of contributors including:
My first copies of “Where the Windwalk Begins,” a children’s book I illustrated! #looksgreat