Stopping by the Meathaus just to say check out this short film Deer Flower by Kangmin Kim.
Check this out! Dash Shaw made a new feature film My Entire High School Sinking Into The Sea which is premiering tomorrow April 14 in any theater that kicks ass! There is a audio and text interview over here on radio station KPCC’s website with more context and mentions of the actors who play the characters, etc.
Look at Chiaki Ida’s drawings of detailed interior scenarios with cozy libraries, lofts and characters on Tumblr.
Eyeball this: Kurt Austin sent Meathaus a package with a drawing zine The Sandwich of Food and a letter that reads:
Here is my new book ‘The Sandwich of Food!’
Hope ya really dig it!
Thanks for being around!
Thanks Kurt for this sweet sandwich book. It is stream of consciousness type doodlings of dimensional structures and food parts and popped out eyeballs and words and such. See more images and drawings over on Kurt’s Tumblr.
Everett Rand of the Mineshaft Magazine publishing empire has sent Meathaus another expertly crafted comics, sketchbook, poetry and drawing zine full of stupendous creations and a typed letter reading:
“Jan 10, 2017
Hello Chris at Meathaus,
Here’s a copy of the new Mineshaft… I hope you like it!
very best wishes,
Absolutely, Everett! This issue is full of work from storied contributors R. Crumb, Billy Childish, J.R. Helton, Bill Griffith, Peter Poplaski, Rika Deryckere, Robert Armstrong, John Porcellino, Jim Blanchard, Karl Stevens, Christoph Mueller, Noah Van Sciver, Justin Murphy, Nina Bunjevac, Frank Stack, Aaron Lange, Laure Boin, Mary Fleener, David Collier, and William Crook, Jr. See more on the Mineshaft website where you can get your own copies and many back issues.
You’ve got to love the grotesque humanity captured in Jules Bourgès’s drawings over here on Tumblr.
Take a look at this: Nigel Clark sent Meathaus a package with some postcards, stickers, a comic DOODER No. 2 and a sticky note that reads:
How’ve ya been? I see that you’re keeping well. Here’s my new comic (and some stickers)!
Well thanks, Nigel, it’s cool how you drew different styles of comics in your short story collection DOODER, which I definitely typed more than once as DOOBER before realizing it was DOODER. I think I scanned a few examples here for this post. According to his website, Nigel is a SVA alumnus too [currently flashing secret hand signals at computer screen]. Dig into more drawing and comics on Nigel’s website DOODER.