Everyone knows a Feiffer illustration when they see one: His characters leap across the page, each line belying humor and psychological insight. His nimble and singular imagination has given us new perspectives as well as biting satires on politics, love, marriage and religion. This long-awaited illustrated retrospective of Feiffer's celebrated career, provides a revealing glimpse into his creative process and his role as America's foremost Renaissance man of the arts.
Video Preview of Redshirt's Little Book of Doom The upcoming Star Trek: Redshirt's Little Book of Doom puts a humorous spotlight on everyone's favorite luckless men and women... those Starfleet folks sporting red shirts and it does so through the eyes of one poor fellow sporting a redshirt. Robb Pearlman (Fun with Kirk and Spock The Wit and Wisdom of Star Trek) and Anna-Maria Jung (a freelance illustrator from Graz Austria) joined forces for Redshirt's Little Book of Doom with Pearlman as…
Out of Line by Martha Fay Everyone knows a Feiffer illustration when they see one: His characters leap across the page, each line belying humor and psychological insight. Over Feiffer's prolific 70-year career, his nimble and singular imagination has given us new perspectives as well as biting satires on politics, love, marriage, and religion--alternating with stories imbued with the playful anarchy of a child.
Artist Pawel Kuczynski, who is based in Poland, creates thought-provoking art that will give you another way to view this world. Perhaps it's something you didn't see clearly. Other times, he's just plain satirical. Needless to say, we need more artists that remind us to question what's "normal" and to encourage us to think outside the box.
Ali Ferzat, 60, spent years drawing insightful cartoons, mostly staying between the prescribed lines of Syria's state-sanctioned media. But confronted with the regime's increasing brutality, he embraced the democracy movement and turned his lampoons on President Bashar Assad directly. Masked men from the regime soon came for Ferzat. They beat him brutally, making a point of breaking both his hands to stop his cartoons.
We can't believe we haven't put a gigantic spotlight on Brooklyn-based fine artist, Mu Pan in the past, but with a little Ralph Steadman influence and dark political satire, this is the kind of artwork to wake up to. The SVA grad mixes a bit of surreal, humans versus non-human battle scenes with a great insight to his sketchbook works. There is a ton of good stuff here... get lost.
Terrence Mckenna. “Culture makes lies plausible through exposure to time. It makes prejudice seem like physics intergenerationally. It is therefore the most dangerous opponent of philosophy, because it feels the most credible to the average person.” ― Stefan Mo