The New City Reader: Classifieds

Click to Enlarge Cartoon for The New City Reader: Classifieds, guest-edited by Leagues and Legions and drawn quite in a rush, which explains the lack of shadowing. It will get done at some point (hopefully). Click on the images below to read the full issue, which also features a couple of other cartoons by BradyContinue reading “The New City Reader: Classifieds”

The New City Reader: The Weather Forecast Inception

Click to enlarge Cartoon for The New City Reader: Weather Section, a continuous 3-spread graphic that includes a large city expanse with magnified close-ups pertaining building materials/architectural objects and their relation to weather. The weather section has been guest-edited by Jeffrey Inaba/ C-LAB, and put together with the collaboration of  Justin Fowler, Simon Battisti, NathalieContinue reading “The New City Reader: The Weather Forecast Inception”

The New City Reader: Lifestyles (Diggin’ our own Graves)

Click to enlarge Subject: sex! From: Kazys Varnelis To: Klaus Cc: Robert Sumrell any chance you’d like to do some kind of terrifying orgy cartoon for our essay? a tangle of bodies, a la hieronymous bosch meets the mitchell brothers? i’m terrified… i’m sure you are too. robert will elaborate. ………………………………. Subject: Re: sex! From:Continue reading “The New City Reader: Lifestyles (Diggin’ our own Graves)”

The New City Reader: (Un)Real Estate

Click to read Cartoon for The New City Reader issue VII: Real State, with contributions by Peter Tolkin, Mabel O. Wilson, Carmen Argote, Chloë Bass, Brigette Borders, John Cantwell, Catherine Ingraham (not this topic, this time), Marisa Jahn/CUP, Olalekan Jeyifous, Alexandra Lange, Elizabeth Lasater, Zoe Malliaros, Mitch McEwen, Minna Ninova, Daniel Payne, Alan Rapp, CassimContinue reading “The New City Reader: (Un)Real Estate”

The New City Reader: Food (III). Being Philip Johnson

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The New City Reader

Click to enlarge This cartoon is a collaboration for The New City Reader: A Newspaper of Public Space, a project created by the hyperactive and always brilliant (he’s a rather handsome guy too) director of the NetLab, Kazys Varnelis, and the also eminently able Joseph Grima, former director of the Storefront for Art and ArchitectureContinue reading “The New City Reader”