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All about the spotting deer, a fictional species profile in comic form by Michael DeForge at What Things Do. [Previously]
posted by shakespeherian on Jun 17, 2011 - 6 comments

The Realist.

The Realist is a comic by Asaf Hanuka, originally serialized in the Israeli newspaper Calcalist and available in the original Hebrew as well as English translation by Hanuka's brother, Tomer Hanuka.
posted by shakespeherian on Jan 4, 2011 - 4 comments

'For my artwork, I have to use antique, archaic tools.'

R Crumb talks to the Paris Review about his adaptation of The Book of Genesis, cartoons, LSD, Winnie the Pooh, Terry Gilliam, and some other things.
posted by shakespeherian on Oct 18, 2010 - 30 comments

I prefer the view I had yesterday.

Raising Chicago: An Illustrated History. Lilli Carré takes a look at an unusual civic project: 'Mid-19th-century Chicago was an emerging titan of agribusiness, a burgeoning transit hub, a potential star of the Midwest—and a disease-infested swamp in danger of being reclaimed by Lake Michigan. By 1855, with roads knee deep in sludge, city hall faced a massive undertaking: hoisting Chicago out of the muck by raising the streets and structures as much as 14 feet.' More about the raising of Chicago. (via)
posted by shakespeherian on Aug 14, 2010 - 12 comments

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