Trailers From Hell Break 100; Panter Book Pending
Gotta dash -- I'm giving six graphic novel lectures in a row at Mascoma High in New Hampshire today! -- but gotta share:
Trailers from Hell, my fave online distraction/attraction, broke 100 trailers this past week! The centennial cherry was near bursting with this gem, appropriately enough:
Better yet is 101:
Two volumes, 688 pages, full color.
The first volume is a comprehensive monograph featuring over 1000 images of paintings, sculptures, posters, comics and drawings complemented by texts from Byron Coley, Richard Gehr, Doug Harvey, Karrie Jacobs, Mike Kelley, Richard Klein, Edwin Pouncey, and Robert Storr, as well as the longest interview to date with the artist. The second volume is a selection from Panter’s voluminous sketchbooks, where the artist’s ideas have long incubated and the site of some of his finest work. Very little of the work contained in these volumes has been published in any form. Check back for previews and more info soon.
Edited by Dan Nadel and designed by Helene Silverman.