~’Our Comics, Ourselves’ . . last week – INTERFERENCE ARCHIVE, BROOKLYN
last week to catch . . .
‘Our Comics, Ourselves: Identity, Expression, and Representation in Comic Art’
JAN 21 – APRIL 17, 2016
INTERFERENCE ARCHIVE, 131 8th Street, No.4, Brooklyn, NY.
for more info, see: ‘Our Comics, Ourselves..’ . . INTERFERENCE ARCHIVE
illustration for the catalog, by EDIE FAKE
among the offerings, two very graphic, very different, but both stylistically speaking, minimalist-leaning comic books – caught my eye.
one from 1984, and one from: now.
“The original story is quite philosophical and very dialogue driven. It imagines a frozen globe cursed by eternal winter, where what’s left of the entire human race inhabits a train that never stops, a train that is 1,001 carriages long. The elite inhabit the carriages up front, and the lower classes are left with little to no services in the carriages at the far rear.” – GANZEER
read more: INTERFERENCE ARCHIVE – COMIC ART BLOG
and, a more contemporary offering:
‘COUNTRY DARKNESS’ – by K.L. RICKS, published by HAZLITT, 2016
see: COUNTRY DARKNESS/HAZLITT
K.L. RICKS – photo via HAZLITT
K.L. RICKS . . is a freelance illustrator & cartoonist who lives & works in Massachusetts, and who is a recent graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design.
MOST DEF, check out: K L RICKS – website
don’t miss, her about page . . with links to recent interviews, & clients.
on Instagram, see: