Dig into Max Litvinov’s animation and drawings on Tumblr.
The Soxx For Mayor! campaign has released the third Soxx campaign video, the Pope special. Did you know that Peanut Pope visited Philadelphia just this past weekend as well as the other guy? Soxx took Peanut Pope to meet a lot of new friends. Soxx probably shouldn’t have been holding that suspicious looking device in her other hand though.
Here’s the full series up to date with three episodes to view now, or just click over to the latest episode: “Soxx’s Darkening of Day.”
Check it out Sciencepainted sent Meathaus a zine and then another zine and a note that says:
“Hi Meathaus, Here’s a little book for ya’ More to see at sciencepainted.tumblr.com Amen! Mike”
Also now we know that Sciencepainted has a name and it is Mike Olson because it is right on the cover of Primitive Beast, Language, one of the two zines he sent. Dig into these drawing publications and you will find Mike drawing more figures and characters and almost flirting with one panel gag cartoons but not quite still keeping things weird enough to be continuously conceptually curious or confusing in a eyeball-worthy way. And then there are a few one panel gags too. Check out more on the tumblr.
C’est Bon has sent Meathaus a new hardcover book When the Last Story is Told by Allan Haverholm, which asks the question in the accompanying letter:
“When the last story is told, what fills the space it leaves? In the latest book by visual artist Allan Haverholm, narrative gives way to another order of meaning.”
The book consists of “60 pages of minimalist colour compositions alternatingly obscured with bold strokes of white paint and abstract, black textures … Like a message from an alien mind, When the Last Story is Told is loaded with meaning encoded in an undecipherable language.” Since the language is undecipherable, you can appreciate the abstract comics grid-like compositions on Allan’s website and the C’est Bon Kultur website and tumblr.