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October 18, 2016


The National Archives is creating GIFs from their moving and still image archives. It’s public domain gone wild! Click here to see the GIFs via GIPHY. Advertisements

History Keeps Me Awake at Night

July 5, 2016


David Wojnarowicz at the Whitney in 2018! I know it’s quite a wait but it’s been a long time. Remember Fever at the New Museum in 1999? David Wojnarowicz, Untitled (One day this kid . . .), 1990. Photostat, 30 × 40 1/8 in. (76.2 × 101.9 cm). Edition of 10. Whitney Museum of American […]

Nobrow and Flying Eye

May 21, 2016


Check out the children’s books at Flying Eye Books and Nobrow Press. The books are examples of perfected design, masterful use of color and printing processes. The children’s titles include stories about exploration, art, monsters, cool girls doing cool stuff, history and the natural world. Nobrow creates titles with a slant toward the comic and […]

Recession Downsize

May 9, 2013


May We Be Forgiven

January 26, 2013


A.M. Homes’ most recent book, May We Be Forgiven, is a dreamy comic nightmare with a hopeful spirit. It’s complex, layered and most of all impossible to put down as everything changes and grows right before your eyes. Amazing. Check out the interview with A.M. Homes by painter Jane Fine from the November issue of Bomb […]


December 20, 2012


The first motorcycle my dad brought home for me shortly after I rode my bicycle without training wheels was a used yellow Honda 50. Could I have been 5 or 6? I remember riding it for what seemed like hours or all day on Saturday afternoon. We had a very long stony driveway where I […]

Dad’s 66 Station

February 21, 2012


My brother found this Polaroid stuck between the pages of a repair manual or ledger at my dad’s shop after he died. My dad had his own auto business since I can remember. Here it is in all of its glory – surrounded by cornfields. He eventually moved his shop to our home property and […]