Archive for January 2011

New Slobs & Nags

Posted by Dash Shaw on January 25
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I’ll have copies of this new drawing zine with me at Angouleme. In general, I will either be at the Darguad stand or the Ca et La stand, but I will definitely be at the Dargaud stand on Friday from 4:30 to 7pm, Saturday from noon to 2pm, and Sunday noon to 2pm.

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Daily Drawing 104 (and Angouleme)

Posted by Dash Shaw on January 25
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I’m off to Angouleme, the comics festival in France. Daily drawings will resume on February 1st.

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Daily Drawing 103

Posted by Dash Shaw on January 24
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Illusion of Life

Posted by Dash Shaw on January 23
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Frank Thomas

Posted by Dash Shaw on January 23
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Corpse Princess

Posted by Dash Shaw on January 23
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Hockney Dawn Animation

Posted by Dash Shaw on January 23
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Starting at 3:23.

Christian Marclay, The Clock

Posted by Lily Benson on January 22
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Last night I went to see Christian Marclay’s exhibition at Paula Cooper Gallery. They are screening his video The Clock nonstop each weekend until February 19th. It is one of the most tediously assembled found footage works I’ve seen so far. The 24 hour loop is comprised of very short scenes from all sorts of [...]

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Strata-Cuts by David Daniels

Posted by Lily Benson on January 19
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I discovered my favorite animation technique, “strata cutting,” while watching Magic Screen sequences that recount American History on PeeWee’s Playhouse. It took me a while to figure out what this mesmerizing technique was called and who did it, but after researching it again recently, there was far more information available. David Daniel’s pioneered this psychedelic [...]

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Daily Drawing 98

Posted by Dash Shaw on January 17
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This is a shared production blog for the forthcoming animated feature, "The Ruined Cast," written and directed by Dash Shaw. Produced by John Cameron Mitchell, Howard Gertler, and Biljana Labovic. Contributing artists are Jane Samborski, Frank Santoro, Lily Benson and Ray Sohn. Music by James Lucido.