edited by Joe Kuth Years in the making, this 60-page, horizontally formatted volume contains short pieces by a diverse group of independent comics artists including: Rina Ayuyang, Jeffrey Brown, Chris Cornwell, Warren Craghead, Sam Henderson, Alex Holden, Dan Moynihan, and Dan Zettwoch, as well as editor Kuth himself and a number of others. All pay tribute to the so-imitable Ed Emberly, whose simple how-to-draw books demonstrated how to make the world come alive with a few simple lines.
Amazingly, we have found more copies of this handmade small press book from 2009, so it is now, back in stock!
This 204 page hardcover volume collects the first six months of Craghead's daily drawings, each accompanied by a Trump quote and/or with context and commentary from that date (all of which are sourced in the notes), beginning with the day when Trump accepted the Republican nomination for president on July 21, 2016 and ending with the day of his inauguration on January 20, 2017.
"Every day, Warren Craghead draws and shares grotesque portraits of Donald Trump and his minions. TRUMPTRUMP Volume 1 collects the first six months of these daily drawings with context and commentary, from when Trump accepted the Republican nomination for president on July 21, 2016 until his inauguration on January 20, 2017.
Warren Craghead III lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA with his wife and two daughters.
He likes to make pictures and has exhibited his work internationally. He has also published many works including the Xeric Grant winning Speedy and several collaborations with poets and writers. He has been nominated for an Ignatz Award and a Pushcart Prize and is a three-time Virginia Museum of Fine Art Fellow.
He received an MFA in 1996 from the University of Texas at Austin, a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia in 1993, and attended the Skowhegan School in 1993.
204 black & white pages, 7x10 inches (17.8x25.4 cm), hardcover graphic novel'
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"A drawn tribute to the Minutemen’s Double Nickels on the Dime album. 58 artists drew the 45 songs on the double LP - 182 pages of drawn econo."
Originally published in 2014, edited by Warren Craghead and featuring work from:
David Espinosa Alvarez
B. Erin Cole
Geoffrey D. Wessel
Sarah Boyts Yoder
Brief preview HERE.
Out of stock – but we may be able to scoop a few more, so please check back in June...