Explore the vividly patterned and highly ornate worlds of cartoonist and illustrator Edie Fake in Rad Queers: Edie Fake. This is the third episode in Graham Kolbeins‘ documentary series which spotlights queer artists and activists. Fake reflects on his long-running comic series Gaylord Phoenix, explaining how he investigates his trans identity through the medium of comics. Shannon Michael Crane details Printed Matter‘s long-standing relationship with Edie and gallerist Thomas Robertello discusses Memory Palaces, Fake’s series of drawings that reimagine historical queer and feminist spaces in Chicago.
“I Mean, Why Did I Like That?”: The Tim Hensley Interview (Part One)
A career-spanning interview with the one-of-a-kind cartoonist behind Wally Gropius and Ticket Stub, in which he discusses Neil Diamond, closed-caption video, performing music in Los Angeles, the ethics of disabilities-related art, and meeting Daniel Clowes. Continue reading →