Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Where In/ a series of events

"Where In/ a series of events" is a 68 page book of abstract/ comic drawings of unspecified events. In black and white on cream paper. 8x10".
(Available for $15 at

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Who's honoring us now?

Three pieces from Abstract Comics: The Anthology are listed in the "notable comics" section of The Best American Comics 2010--specifically Derik Badman's, Warren Craghead's, and Alexey Sokolin. Also included on the list is "[otherwise untitled]" from my book, Nautilus. I don't think I mentioned this anywhere, but in the 2009 edition my piece "Expedition to the Interior," as published in Blurred Vision 4, was included on the same list. Thanks, Matt and Jessica!

Monday, September 27, 2010

Julie Mehretu has discovered abstract comics

by which I don't mean Abstract Comics, though that's always a possibility.

According to the article, she added to her large etching "a grid that divides the finished composition into 12 equal parts, a gesture that the artist said was intended as a kind of pacing not unlike a musical composition."

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Bright Lights diptych part 1

Abstract 22 Series 2 More from my found image comics. Part 2 tomorrow.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

You are invited...

More specifically, this is at Franklin College, in Franklin, IN, just outside of Indianapolis.

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Oliver East's Trains Are Mint...

Oliver East's Trains Are Mint... is not an abstract comic, but his drawing often veers into abstraction. This is the first page (which I am quite enamored with) of his latest issue #7. For a complete story of his available online, check out his fourth issue. (Edit: sorry, the fourth issue seems to offline.)