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Tag Archives: Seth
Seth’s Dominion, the 2014 documentary by Luc Chamberland about Canadian cartoonist Seth and his imaginary town, Dominion, will be released by Drawn & Quarterly later this year as a dvd-in-a-book, lavishly designed by Seth himself. Judging from the cover (which … Continue reading
Apparently Lemony Snickett is doing a new series of books, and nobody told me. They’re called All The Wrong Questions, and each book indeed asks a, well, wrong question. I remember reading the Series of Unfortunate Events books for my … Continue reading
The poster to this year’s Small Press Expo was created by none other than Seth, and it is a beauty. I just love the Bigfoot lurking over the shoulders of the people. And if you needed more proof that John … Continue reading
Canadian cartoonist Seth illustrated the What’s Your Problem column in the December, 2010 issue of the Atlantic Monthly, which dealt with the correct way of ordering Viagra without feeling like a horny teenager. (Illustration © 2011 by The Atlantic Monthly … Continue reading
As he did for issue #79, Seth created a beautiful cover for issue #80 of Canadian Notes And Queries. It’s good to know there is a slow but steady stream of Seth stuff in the world. (via Comics Comics)
The Canadian literary magazine, Canadian Notes And Queries, sports a cover by equally Canadian cartoonist Seth. Inside Seth also did a 2-page short story. Check out the Klare Lijn International site for more.
In March, readers of the Canadian journal, The Walrus, were asked to vote for the the magazine’s annual reading issue’s cover. Equally Canadian illustrator and cartoonist extra-ordinaire Seth had designed two options, one with a Goth girl and one with … Continue reading
Strand tote bags are not just for Seth and R. Sikoryak anymore : Dan Clowes has his own bag now, and it’s a beauty !
Atom style genius Darwyn Cooke provided the box art for the Criterion Collection box set, Monsters And Madmen, featuring the classic films The Atomic Submarine, Corridors of Blood, First Man into Space, and The Haunted Strangler. Cooke also did the … Continue reading