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i just love chris ware's work

chris ware

Chris Ware: Quimby the Mouse

Great Spines

The Curious Incident of the dog in the Night-Time

One of my favorite novels. So beautifully written you just want to savor it.

lovely bones. amazing book. disappointing film adaptation.

Microsoft made a secret book for Nokia employees before its takeover 128 pages of illustrative history


Life of Pi by Yann Martel - September 2008

Summer Reading

Middlesex Phenomenal book.

The Alan Parker film is good, the William Wharton novel is better. An amazing book.

Packing for Mars by Mary Roach. (Not as great as Stiff, but still a blast to read.)

Habibi - Craig Thompson

The late Sebastian Horsley's unforgettable book. More wordplay and wit in each single page than most works have in their entirety.

Michael Tisserand's book on Krazy Kat's creator, New Orleanian George Herriman.

art spiegelman

Maus, Art Spiegleman

Invisible Cities, Italo Calvino This is the book that launched a thousand art projects, and for good reason: each imaginary city, described by Marco Polo to Kublai Khan, is a mini revelation, a marvelous bauble. But the book adds up to more than the sum of its cities. You’ll just have to read to find out. Another book I loved-so much fun as well as interesting.