Letter to Meathaus: Adam Lichi

Letter to Meathaus: Adam Lichi

Letter to Meathaus: Adam Lichi

Letter to Meathaus: Adam Lichi

Letter to Meathaus: Adam Lichi

Adam Lichi sent Meathaus a package with the hand-made art book Personal Feelings: Volume I and a letter that is very wordy and I don’t have a problem with that but I’m just going to show you the scan of it so you can read it with your own eyeballs:

Letter to Meathaus: Adam Lichi

Thanks Adam for this book and letter. Check it out he’s got this sort of silver embossed text on these black paper covers, and an accordion-style binding of these art pages. It’s a brief book with a handful of drawing spreads but you can see more from Adam over on his website, youngmutant.com, as mentioned in the letter.

Letter to Meathaus: Studio Fludd

Letter to Meathaus: Studio Fludd

Letter to Meathaus: Studio Fludd

Letter to Meathaus: Studio Fludd

Letter to Meathaus: Studio Fludd

Letter to Meathaus: Studio Fludd

StudioFludd sent Meathaus a package with a book about gelato and a letter that reads:

“Hello! We’re StudioFludd and this is our last project with pages. Hope you like it. Thanks!
STUDIOFLUDD
Venezia, May 2014″

Thanks STUDIO FLUDD for this sexy book about cold dessert landscapes, Gelatology: Micro/Macro. Last project with pages? Maybe you are never making another one? Or perhaps, simply, this is the last one you made. Don’t stop, this is a tasty book. I’ll even forgive you for breaking the cardinal rule of “never mail a package with confetti in it.” I know that’s not written down anywhere, but yeah. Granted, it was hand-made confetti. Spot a piece in one of these scans above. Cool stamps. I love getting these international packages with so many stamps and foreign postal insignia all over them. Explore more handsome work from Studio Fludd on their website and blog, and Tumblr where you will see that they are really into gelato projects.

Kurt Austin

Letter to Meathaus: Kurt Austin

Letter to Meathaus: Kurt Austin

Letter to Meathaus: Kurt Austin

Kurt Austin sent Meathaus two new zines and a letter that says:

“Dear Meathaus!
Here are some zines of mine for you to peruse. I love the website! Keep up the good work!
–Kurt Austin”

Awesome thanks for these zines and the letter, Kurt. The zines are called Dumb Luck (issue one and two), and they are free form drawing and comics zines. The first issue is more doodly and collage-like with drawings on top of drawings and text. the second ish has a lot of little nonsense and visual gag one-pagers. See both issues and more from Austin on his Tumblr.

Angry Jim's At the Shore

Angry Jim’s At the Shore

Angry Jim's At the Shore

No, Jim isn’t really down the shore right now, so don’t go and try to rob his apartment because he will be there and hit you over the head with a crate of laserdiscs. Check it out, Jim‘s At The Shore story is being released as a digital comic by Alternative Comics here, which is where you can go to experience it in a few issue chunks in the near future for a small amount of money. Jim has expanded or finished the last chapter of this story that was not released before in Jim’s Krachmacher book years ago.

Letter to Meathaus: Mack

Letter to Meathaus: Mack

SpaceFace

SpaceFace

Mack from SpaceFace sent Meathaus a delightful package with books printed with digital duplicator technology and a postcard that reads:

“Here are some Riso books! ♡ Mack”

Thanks Mack! What we’ve got here is a postcard with Michael DeForge artwork featuring The Boy in Question, Me Nut Nut Nut #2 by Jason Murphy, Misliving Amended by Adam Buttrick, and MS2 Resurrection by Gabriel Corbera. All three books are curiously confusing with interesting action that creates unique reading sensations.

SpaceFace

Gabriel Corbera’s weird, balding, action/business-man has to deal with a lot of vampire-zombie-mutants in a world of benches, empty rooms, and drab office buildings.

SpaceFace

Adam Buttrick’s pleasurably cartooned characters psychotically maintain their one expression each while judging, processing and executing each other.

SpaceFace

Read a lot of Jason Murphy’s work on his site as well as this book and you will enjoy picking up on themes of spiders, spider nightmares, spider eggs, and in this case, maybe spider bites and allergic pustules. Also then some character snorts this kid and his mom’s house into its nose and there are some Spanish speaking creatures there, so brush up on your español, amigos.

Finally, dig into these past packages from the SpaceFace here, here and here!

Soxx's Happy Trash Month

Soxx’s Happy Trash Month

Soxx's Happy Trash Month

Check it out, Soxx (artist Jenny Drumgoole) is soliciting your cash to fund a month of eight surprise trash day parties for Philadelphia sanitation workers. It’s been almost a year since Soxx’s Happy Trash Day parties began, and funding this will provide the means for Soxx to get the party supplies she needs (glitter, beans, balloons, refreshments, etc.) for this final Happy Trash Month after which Soxx will march her life size papier-mâché trash collector to City Hall for a special trash day celebration for mayor Michael “Mix Master Mike” Nutter. See, Happy Trash Day indirectly raises awareness of an ongoing issue facing the sanitation workers: they’ve been working without a raise or contract for over five years. Soxx’s celebrations of trash day also acknowledge the essential services that the trash collectors provide the city all year long, which otherwise gets ignored at best. Here’s a widget thing which I selected because it also shows the funding percentage and days left. This is a 15 day funding drive:

Soxx's Happy Trash Month

Soxx's Happy Trash Month

Soxx's Happy Trash Month

Some of the rewards include a custom beaned DVD case and DVD of all the trash day parties, buttons, custom watercolors of trash day moments (by Soxx), and even an opportunity to choose one of the trash day party themes or have Soxx throw a trash day party in your own neighborhood (within 200 miles of Philly) for your own trash collector crew. See more on the Kickstarter page.

We are all meat in the end