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ohotnig:

http://www.newsarama.com/20065-undertow-get-pulled-into-a-dark-atlantis-with-image-comics.html
In case if you missed this great Newsrama interview yesterday, here’s the link and the whole preview  - with one NEW page - in one post.

UNDERTOW #1 will be available in stores on February 19, 2014 for $2.99.
story STEVE ORLANDO
art / cover ARTYOM TRAKHANOV
lettering/design THOMAS MAUER
variant cover SIMON ROY

Order Code: DEC130486
Simon Roy Variant Order Code: OCT138321

my homie from across the globe has a new book coming out next month that deserves your attention. I had a chance to read the first issue and it is one of the most beautifully rendered comics I’ve ever seen. Go preorder a copy at your local comic spot (give them the Order Code: DEC130486) or pick it up on Image’s DRM free digital shop. Keep an eye out, I might have a pinup in one of the issues.

This set is so good. Pete Thomas is shredding the whole time. Definitely up there with this and this.

Slint - Nosferatu Man

Louisville 1990

Three guitars and a drum set

Blur - Sing

the-overlook-hotel:

One of dozens and dozens of concepts rendered by designer Saul Bass on the path to creating the iconic poster image for The Shining. Kubrick clearly favored this pointillist approach, which ended up being used in final design.
Hand-written notes are by Stanley Kubrick, and read: “Maze and figures place too much emphasis on maze. I don’t think we should use the maze in ads.”
Many of Saul Bass’s concept sketches can be viewed at the Stanley Kubrick Exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

I wish I could make it to LA to see this exhibit. I love seeing process work, and if Saul Bass is involved it’s that much sweeter.

the-overlook-hotel:

One of dozens and dozens of concepts rendered by designer Saul Bass on the path to creating the iconic poster image for The Shining. Kubrick clearly favored this pointillist approach, which ended up being used in final design.

Hand-written notes are by Stanley Kubrick, and read: “Maze and figures place too much emphasis on maze. I don’t think we should use the maze in ads.”

Many of Saul Bass’s concept sketches can be viewed at the Stanley Kubrick Exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

I wish I could make it to LA to see this exhibit. I love seeing process work, and if Saul Bass is involved it’s that much sweeter.

Rodan - Everyday World of Bodies

francismanapul:

Flash 15 should be in stores today. This book has continued to allow me to experiment and play around with my storytelling. In this issue, Barry has a “flash forward” in his unconscious state. Three potential outcomes streams out of his mind, so I decided to try and keep each stream continuous. The last half of the book is made up of all double page spreads which if you’re crazy enough to buy multiple copies can actually be viewed as one long image. As the streams go on, each one come to an end until there is only one stream, and then we’re brought back to the “real” word. This was a lot of fun to do, but also quite challenging. In the end I think it’s worth it, and I hope you all enjoy the issue. Happy New Years folks!

EDIT: Just wanted to say, that being able to put all the spreads together was meant to be more of an easter egg to astute readers. The book can be read with each spread normally.

fjm

(Source: francismanapul)

Mike Del Mundo’s XML covers have been spot on.

(via marvelentertainment)

art-of-illlustration:

Mike Mignola - Gotham by gaslight

This is one of my favorite pieces of art ever made

art-of-illlustration:

Mike Mignola - Gotham by gaslight

This is one of my favorite pieces of art ever made

(via comicblah)

ohotnig:

http://www.newsarama.com/20065-undertow-get-pulled-into-a-dark-atlantis-with-image-comics.html
In case if you missed this great Newsrama interview yesterday, here’s the link and the whole preview  - with one NEW page - in one post.

UNDERTOW #1 will be available in stores on February 19, 2014 for $2.99.
story STEVE ORLANDO
art / cover ARTYOM TRAKHANOV
lettering/design THOMAS MAUER
variant cover SIMON ROY

Order Code: DEC130486
Simon Roy Variant Order Code: OCT138321

my homie from across the globe has a new book coming out next month that deserves your attention. I had a chance to read the first issue and it is one of the most beautifully rendered comics I’ve ever seen. Go preorder a copy at your local comic spot (give them the Order Code: DEC130486) or pick it up on Image’s DRM free digital shop. Keep an eye out, I might have a pinup in one of the issues.

This set is so good. Pete Thomas is shredding the whole time. Definitely up there with this and this.

Slint - Nosferatu Man

Louisville 1990

Three guitars and a drum set

Blur - Sing

the-overlook-hotel:

One of dozens and dozens of concepts rendered by designer Saul Bass on the path to creating the iconic poster image for The Shining. Kubrick clearly favored this pointillist approach, which ended up being used in final design.
Hand-written notes are by Stanley Kubrick, and read: “Maze and figures place too much emphasis on maze. I don’t think we should use the maze in ads.”
Many of Saul Bass’s concept sketches can be viewed at the Stanley Kubrick Exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

I wish I could make it to LA to see this exhibit. I love seeing process work, and if Saul Bass is involved it’s that much sweeter.

the-overlook-hotel:

One of dozens and dozens of concepts rendered by designer Saul Bass on the path to creating the iconic poster image for The Shining. Kubrick clearly favored this pointillist approach, which ended up being used in final design.

Hand-written notes are by Stanley Kubrick, and read: “Maze and figures place too much emphasis on maze. I don’t think we should use the maze in ads.”

Many of Saul Bass’s concept sketches can be viewed at the Stanley Kubrick Exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

I wish I could make it to LA to see this exhibit. I love seeing process work, and if Saul Bass is involved it’s that much sweeter.

Rodan - Everyday World of Bodies

R.

R.

francismanapul:

Flash 15 should be in stores today. This book has continued to allow me to experiment and play around with my storytelling. In this issue, Barry has a “flash forward” in his unconscious state. Three potential outcomes streams out of his mind, so I decided to try and keep each stream continuous. The last half of the book is made up of all double page spreads which if you’re crazy enough to buy multiple copies can actually be viewed as one long image. As the streams go on, each one come to an end until there is only one stream, and then we’re brought back to the “real” word. This was a lot of fun to do, but also quite challenging. In the end I think it’s worth it, and I hope you all enjoy the issue. Happy New Years folks!

EDIT: Just wanted to say, that being able to put all the spreads together was meant to be more of an easter egg to astute readers. The book can be read with each spread normally.

fjm

(Source: francismanapul)

Mike Del Mundo’s XML covers have been spot on.

(via marvelentertainment)

seanfowler7326:

-Nick Pitarra

seanfowler7326:

-Nick Pitarra

dream house

dream house

art-of-illlustration:

Mike Mignola - Gotham by gaslight

This is one of my favorite pieces of art ever made

art-of-illlustration:

Mike Mignola - Gotham by gaslight

This is one of my favorite pieces of art ever made

(via comicblah)

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