Finally, our copies of C.F.'s Pierrot Alterations have arrived. This 56 page full color work is uniquely formatted and playfully designed, creating an approproiate space for taking up the challenge of representing the longstanding symbol of the pierrot - the melancholy pantomime clown who survives through gentle subversion.
To learn more of the history and tradition of Pierrot, we recommend reading this informative illustrated essay on culturedarm.
This is now out of print. We scored what is likely our final handful, and that's probably it. Just a few available, FYI.
Bicycle Day is an inspired underground comic book cum graphic novel that takes readers on the trip that started it all, Albert Hoffman's bicycle ride home from his lab at Sandoz Pharmaceuticals on April 16, 1943, where he had just resynthesized the 25th in his series of derivatives of the alkaloids of ergot fungus that were "scaffolded" on the lysergic acid compound, and in the process been exposed to the chemical, LSD-25. Prepare yourself for a wild ride!
Line and color battle it out for 192 pages as Blomerth modulates the representations of Hoffman's shifting preceptions of reality and so provide reader's with a behind-the-eyeballs point of view.