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Even More Crumb

Austin Kleon went to a talk between  Robert Crumb, Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly.  And he took notes as only he can. (artwork © Austin Kleon – Creative Commons license)

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Mutts goes blackout

The Mutts mailing list always sends out comics that are two weeks old, and so I didn’t see this one before today, but I immensely like it. And I think it’s especially meant for Austin Kleon. Heh : (Mutts © … Continue reading

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The Trails of Poetry

With his newspaper blackout poems Texas writer Austin Kleon constantly walks the thin line between literature and visual arts, and in his recent creations this distinction becomes even vaguer. Kleon creates new meaning from existing newspaper articles by blacking out … Continue reading

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Austin Kleon

Austin Kleon is a cartoonist and poet from Austin, Texas who has a quite original and intriguing way of working. He takes a page from an existing book or newspaper article and blacks out words until he finds a new … Continue reading

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