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Charles Forsman

Charles Forsman

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31 Comics to Use in Classrooms | Comic Book Legal Defense Fund

Banned Books Week:

What better way to celebrate the freedom to read than to use graphic novels in classrooms! CBLDF is delighted to share resources to help you guide class…

juliawertz:

#tbt art I did for a signing at Quimby’s in Chicago in 2007. If I ever do a kid’s book, it’s gonna look like this, but with 80% less adorable debauchery.

juliawertz:

#tbt art I did for a signing at Quimby’s in Chicago in 2007. If I ever do a kid’s book, it’s gonna look like this, but with 80% less adorable debauchery.

duttonbooks:

harperperennial:

communitybookstore:

Important update from your friendly Community Bookstore

PSB! PSB!

it’s fall y’all

duttonbooks:

harperperennial:

communitybookstore:

Important update from your friendly Community Bookstore

PSB! PSB!

it’s fall y’all

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RENEE FRENCH is one of my favorites

RENEE FRENCH is one of my favorites

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tardigrad:

All the drawings from my series in which I anthropomorphized various heraldic animals. Read more about each one here.

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Did you miss the excellent Brooklyn Book Festival Bookend Event with WWIII Illustrated? Don’t miss this:
The 101st meeting of the NY Comics & Picture-story Symposium will be held on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 7 pm at Parsons The New School, 2 West 13th Street, in the Bark Room (off the lobby). Free and open to the public. Please note 7 pm starting time.
Presentation: World War 3 Illustrated 1979-2014Celebrating the release of a new 320 page hard-cover anthology, artist/editors Peter Kuper, Seth Tobocman, Sabrina Jones and Sandy Jimenez will give you a behind the scenes history of the of the long-running zine’s past, present and future with visual presentations.

Sabrina Jones created her first comics for World War 3 Illustrated and went on to edit many issues. Her graphic biographies have covered historical visionaries from Isadora Duncan and Walt Whitman to FDR and Jesus. She has illuminated the work of justice advocates in “The Real Cost of Prisons Comix” and “Race to Incarcerate, A Graphic Retelling.”
Sandy Jimenez is a comic book artist and filmmaker who has produced scores of varied and original illustrated stories since graduating from The Cooper Union in 1990, he is best known for creating the independent comic book series Marley Davidson, and the long running and critically acclaimed “Shit House Poet” stories for World War 3 Illustrated. His next work, an illustrated adaptation of Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea will appear in the upcoming Graphic Canon YA collection for Seven Stories Press.
Peter Kuper is co-founder of World War 3 illustrated and has written and drawn “Spy vs Spy” for Mad magazine since 1997.  His graphic novels include The System, Sticks and Stones, and Stop Forgetting to Remember, and he has also published the sketchbook diaries Diario de Oaxaca and Drawn to New York, as well as graphic adaptations of Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle and Kafka’s The Metamorphosis.  His cartoons have appeared in The New York Times, Time, and Newsweek. He teaches comics courses at The School of Visual Arts and Harvard University.

Seth Tobocman, co- founded the magazine World War 3 Illustrated.  He is the author of a number of graphic books including: You Don’t Have to Fuck People over To Survive, War in the Neighborhood, Disasters and Resistance and Understanding the Crash. His illustrations have appeared in The New York Times, The Village Voice and many other publications. His art has been displayed at The Museum of Modern Art, The New Museum Of Contemporary Art among many other museums and galleries. His images have been used as posters, banners, murals, patches and tattoos by people’s movements all over the world.

Did you miss the excellent Brooklyn Book Festival Bookend Event with WWIII Illustrated? Don’t miss this:

The 101st meeting of the NY Comics & Picture-story Symposium will be held on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 7 pm at Parsons The New School, 2 West 13th Street, in the Bark Room (off the lobby). Free and open to the public. Please note 7 pm starting time.

Presentation: World War 3 Illustrated 1979-2014
Celebrating the release of a new 320 page hard-cover anthology, artist/editors Peter Kuper, Seth Tobocman, Sabrina Jones and Sandy Jimenez will give you a behind the scenes history of the of the long-running zine’s past, present and future with visual presentations.

Sabrina Jones created her first comics for World War 3 Illustrated and went on to edit many issues. Her graphic biographies have covered historical visionaries from Isadora Duncan and Walt Whitman to FDR and Jesus. She has illuminated the work of justice advocates in “The Real Cost of Prisons Comix” and “Race to Incarcerate, A Graphic Retelling.”

Sandy Jimenez is a comic book artist and filmmaker who has produced scores of varied and original illustrated stories since graduating from The Cooper Union in 1990, he is best known for creating the independent comic book series Marley Davidson, and the long running and critically acclaimed “Shit House Poet” stories for World War 3 Illustrated. His next work, an illustrated adaptation of Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea will appear in the upcoming Graphic Canon YA collection for Seven Stories Press.

Peter Kuper is co-founder of World War 3 illustrated and has written and drawn “Spy vs Spy” for Mad magazine since 1997.  His graphic novels include The System, Sticks and Stones, and Stop Forgetting to Remember, and he has also published the sketchbook diaries Diario de Oaxaca and Drawn to New York, as well as graphic adaptations of Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle and Kafka’s The Metamorphosis.  His cartoons have appeared in The New York Times, Time, and Newsweek. He teaches comics courses at The School of Visual Arts and Harvard University.

Seth Tobocman, co- founded the magazine World War 3 Illustrated.  He is the author of a number of graphic books including: You Don’t Have to Fuck People over To Survive, War in the Neighborhood, Disasters and Resistance and Understanding the Crash. His illustrations have appeared in The New York Times, The Village Voice and many other publications. His art has been displayed at The Museum of Modern Art, The New Museum Of Contemporary Art among many other museums and galleries. His images have been used as posters, banners, murals, patches and tattoos by people’s movements all over the world.

royalboiler:

prawnhed:
This was a fun talk. I loveeeeee Farel. He is the best dude. 

Thanks, guys — and everyone, keep September 2015 on your calendar for next year’s comics line-up with more great panels at BKBF…

royalboiler:

prawnhed:

This was a fun talk. I loveeeeee Farel. He is the best dude. 

Thanks, guys — and everyone, keep September 2015 on your calendar for next year’s comics line-up with more great panels at BKBF…

Bone author Jeff Smith speaks out about Banned Books Week

Check out BKBF past guest, and CBLDF board member, Jeff Smith, speaking about Banned Books at The Guardian. 

todaysdocument:


"Books cannot be killed by fire. People die, but books never die. No man and no force can put thought in a concentration camp forever. No man and no force can take from the world the books that embody man’s eternal fight against tyranny. In this war, we know, books are weapons."
-Franklin D. Roosevelt
"Books are weapons in the war of ideas", 1941 - 1945
From the series: World War II Posters, 1942 - 1945

Banned Books Week is September 21 - 27, 2014

todaysdocument:

"Books cannot be killed by fire. People die, but books never die. No man and no force can put thought in a concentration camp forever. No man and no force can take from the world the books that embody man’s eternal fight against tyranny. In this war, we know, books are weapons."

-Franklin D. Roosevelt

"Books are weapons in the war of ideas", 1941 - 1945

From the series: World War II Posters, 1942 - 1945

Banned Books Week is September 21 - 27, 2014

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juliawertz:

My friend said we needed an emoji for eating hella popcorn alone while crying because life is sad and lonely, so here, you’re welcome.

juliawertz:

My friend said we needed an emoji for eating hella popcorn alone while crying because life is sad and lonely, so here, you’re welcome.

brooklynstreetart:

BSA says Listen to JOWY and don’t miss the THE NY ART BOOK FAIR this Thursday - Saturday at MoMA-PS1including great zines and books from all sorts of clever people.Especially EKG Labs, Carnage NYC, and friendsDATES + TIMES: Thursday, September 25 – Sunday, September 28th.Thur: 6pm-9pm; Fri: 12pm–7pm; Sat: 11am–9pm; Sun: 11am–7pm.LOCATION: MoMA/PS1, 22-25 Jackson Avenue on 46th Ave, Long Island City, NYCONTACTS: www.nyartbookfair.com | carnagenyc.com | ekglabs.bigcartel.comSocial media: @printedmatterinc | @carnagenyc | @ekglabs

brooklynstreetart:

BSA says Listen to JOWY

and don’t miss the
THE NY ART BOOK FAIR this Thursday - Saturday at MoMA-PS1

including great zines and books from all sorts of clever people.

Especially
EKG Labs, Carnage NYC, and friends
DATES + TIMES: Thursday, September 25 – Sunday, September 28th.
Thur: 6pm-9pm; Fri: 12pm–7pm; Sat: 11am–9pm; Sun: 11am–7pm.
LOCATION: MoMA/PS1, 22-25 Jackson Avenue on 46th Ave, Long Island City, NY
CONTACTS: www.nyartbookfair.com | carnagenyc.com | ekglabs.bigcartel.com
Social media: @printedmatterinc | @carnagenyc | @ekglabs

pith:

"The Brooklyn Book Festival is going to be like New York Fashion Week for tote bags." - @gmpaiella

Indeed.