Tag Archives: Mark Newgarden

Getting Weirdo at the Society of Illustrators

Kim Deitch, Drew Friedman, Glenn Head, John Holmstrom, Mark Newgarden, and Art Spiegelman had a wide-ranging conversation about the 1980s anthology era. Continue reading

 

Profound, Frightening, Childlike, and Ancient: A Conversation with Justin Duerr

The editor of The Temple of Silence: Forgotten Works & Worlds of Herbert Crowley talks about one of the most mysterious, obsession-inspiring artists in comics history. Continue reading

 

Reading How to Read Nancy

Talking mysteries, grails, and hoses with Paul Karasik and Mark Newgarden, authors of the best book ever written about comics. Continue reading

 

Another Look at the East Village Eye

“There was no money.  I think we were actually paid in drugs.” — Mark Michaelson, former art director The East Village Eye Lower New York has been the scene for numerous “art movements,” and the decade between the mid-70s and … Continue reading

 

Alt-Weekly Cartoonists Finally Get Their Day at Society of Illustrators

You didn’t buy an alt-weekly newspaper, much less hold on to it. You picked them up from a pile somewhere, read them or didn’t, and then threw them out. Some of these papers ran comic strips, but many didn’t. Some of these papers just ran comic strips without letting the artists know and didn’t pay them. Continue reading

 

Nightmare Neighbors, Dream Collaborators

Mark Newgarden and Megan Montague Cash on Bow-Wow, comics, picture books, and telling stories without words Continue reading

 

On Al Feldstein

Craig Fischer and Mark Newgarden remember the editor. Continue reading

 

ART… It’s Wacky! Conceptual Comics and Comic Conceptualism in the work of Mark Newgarden and Richard Prince

The gap in perceived cultural value between conceptual art and gag cartoons cannot be wider. Continue reading

 
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