How does this concentrated exploration of failure shape our understanding of these artists’ accomplishments, as well as their relationship to their own work? Continue reading
Loss means a lot of things in Building Stories, and, in keeping with the text’s complexity, loss is something that Ware’s characters dread, fight against, and fear, yet also something that they occasionally desire. Continue reading
The creator of Building Stories talks to us about boxes, architecture, parents, and iPhones. Continue reading
As I unboxed Building Stories, sitting on the floor and slowly spreading out its wondrous contents, my first thought was of Marcel Duchamp’s Box in a Valise, his “portable museum”. Continue reading
In this excerpt from Sean Howe’s Marvel Comics: The Untold Story we’re brought into Marvel in 1992, buzzing with marketing changes, sales figures and the just-departed Image artists.
In Building Stories, the game and the book-as-object are the frameworks through which a multilayered, intricate web of stories and relationships emerge. Continue reading
A visit to the NY Art Book Fair complete with people watching, nostalgia and horse meat. Continue reading
An excerpt from Jared Gardner’s biography of Skippy’s Percy Crosby. Continue reading