The late great fifties singer-songwriter, Buddy Holly, is documented in a new photography exhibition at London’s Proud Galleries, which coincides with the fiftieth anniversary of the first rockstar death in history. The show runs until April 26th.
A high-definition 3D animated feature, Coraline took three years to complete and features the work of director Henry Selick, who employs old-fashioned stop-motion animation enhanced by computers to create the movie’s stunning visual effects.
Robert Crumb is the undisputed god of alternative comics. Only a few artists can even come close. Peter Bagge is one of them, snapping at Crumb’s heels and trying to trip him up with a long crooked stick. Crumb himseld is impressed, in his uniquely understated way: ‘I can count on one hand the number […]
Adrian Tomine is one of the finest cartoonists and illustrators of this generation, alongside the iconic Chris Ware and Daniel Clowes. He began his career Xeroxing copies of his comics for distribution, and stubbornly chooses to work in a medium as deliberately obscure as independent comics. While he continues to develop his ongoing series Optic […]
Chris Bianchi is a freelance illustrator based in London. Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2005 he has self-published two books, The Spinners and Box. He is part of the well-known illustration magazine, Le Gun.
The Black Heart Gang are a group of South African artists who have created a fantastic hand drawn animation, visually inspired by eastern art. The Tale of How is a story about a giant octupus whose desire is to consume every dodo resembling bird there is in sight, until Eddy the Engineer — a little […]
Alex Noble is the artist behind the most recent poster in Don’t Panic Magazine, a beautiful piece of work based around the theme of Desire. Originally from Australia, Noble moved to Singapore in 2000, and later Japan, where, until recently, he was an art director at Apple Japan.