I’m really excited to have my video, Busmograph, playing as part of the fourth annual Stop & Go stop motion animation tour. Above are a few stills from videos that will be playing. You can read all the synopses and find out more about the program here. The theme for the program is “Made from Scratch.”
So far the tour is stopping at
•The Exploratorium, San Francisco,
April 26th, 1 and 3pm
(abbreviated and kid-friendly half hour screenings)
•Grafisch Atelier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
•trenutak.39, Zagreb, Croatia
And in an ongoing screening at
•The Niche New Media Project, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
in sections over four months.
May 1, 2014 - August 31, 2014
More tour dates will be announced soon!
Say hi if you come to the show at the Exploratorium. I’ll be there at 3!
Frances Stark, Title The Inchoate Incarnate: After a Drawing, Toward an Opera, but Before a Libretto Even Exists, 2009
Ed Emberley, illustration for the children’s book Suppose You Met A Witch by Ian Serraillier, 1973. Via Flickr oange
"How to Steal a PlayStation 2 from Walmart in 2001," originally published in Symbolia, August 2013. Page 1 of 14
Hi! For the next two weeks, I’m serializing the fourteen-page comic I wrote last year for Symbolia’s ‘True Crime’ issue. Read along for the THRILLING ACCOUNT of my shoplifting career’s greatest heist (with tips and best practices). Huge thanks:
- to Robert Dynamite for drawing it
- to James Harvey for coloring it
- to the excellent folks at Symbolia for publishing it and for letting me post it here
- and to you for downloading the issue it’s in for only $3 (or $12 for a year subscription!). This issue in particular is, in my opinion, a really wonderful juxtaposition of stories.
For format reasons, the presentation here varies very slightly from the previously published version, and you’ll have to buy it to learn howww