Jillian Tamaki
 

Face/Off 2

May 9th, 2010

Face/Off 1

May 7th, 2010

More Encyclopedia Collages.

Doug Wright Awards Auction: BUY NOW!

May 6th, 2010

The Catwoman piece, which many of you seemed to enjoy, is now AVAILABLE ON EBAY.

I really went all out on this one, folks. It’s watercolour on REAL WATERCOLOUR PAPER!

You can see what other people (Chester Brown, Michael Cho, Kate Beaton, Bryan Lee O’Malley, others!) did here. Look all you like, but remember you want to buy the purple lady.

All proceeds will benefit the Doug Wright Awards.

Smarty Pants

May 5th, 2010

The Seven Year Itch

Has anything been rendered more irrelevant than an ENCYCLOPEDIA? I found one on the street today. It seemed very oddly curated, at least picture-wise. It contains what seemed like excessive amount of snakes, Mesopotamian tapestry designs, and bird species. Not so many, oh, WOMEN.

An Honest Day’s Work (Looming Doubts)

Today I also had coffee with Tracy White, of Traced.com. In addition to the stories, I love the interactivity of her webcomics. It gives the work a reason to exist specifically online. I guess Scott McCloud was  right about the whole comics-on-the-web thing after all. Smart guy.

Our Little Princess

In conclusion, we’ve seen how 1) people have always have the compulsion to organize information, even via (in retrospect) humorously cumbersome methods. The Internet’s main power seems to be its efficiency in organizing huge amounts of information, but in the meantime has become a medium itself, spawning 2) distinct and unique methods of self-expression. I still think, however, people covet the tangible, concrete, tactile. Most of us anyway. Which brings us to 3): Sam Weber is selling a print! Sam has never sold a print before and quantities are limited, so go, go, go if you want in.