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Sometimes things happen in your back yard, and you need somebody on the other side of the globe to bring your attention to it. A couple of years ago, Belgian composer Walter Hus has created an opera based on Chris … Continue reading
To celebrate Mother’s Day, Chris Ware and the New Yorker came up with this all-mother family. And just count on the people of the Internet to start bitching about the fact that the blonde mother looks too male…
Chris Ware is his joyful self on the cover of the new French quarterly comics magazine, Kaboom (which I’ve slightly doctored here to focus on the artwork). Kaboom looks pretty interesting, with articles in the first issue on Guibert and … Continue reading
The Historical Society of Oak Park and River Forest commissioned a set of art posters by cartoonist Chris Ware. He created two posters depicting key moments in the Society’s own history, to a backdrop of traditional prairie-style buildings. If you … Continue reading
For the cover of its September 17 issue, the New Yorker magazine chose to celebrate the first day of the new school year. Who better than Chris Ware to depict the fundamental despair and angst that schroud that glorious occasion? … Continue reading
As we speak there’s a great conference on comics going on in Chicago. If you’re there — good for you! For the rest of us, there’s the wonderful poster that Chris Ware made…