Hours passed, and Xana realized neither of them had bothered to turn on the light even as the penthouse grew dark. And Ian hadn’t moved or bothered to go to the bathroom. He just sat […]
Kirby vs. Steranko
I always feel like somebody’s watching me Sixteen more images to update my The eyes have it collection.
Matt Cunningham, who goes by the moniker Moon Patrol, creates fantastically trippy retro collages from or inspired by old comics, pulp art, and vintage ads: cowboys, robots, phantoms, aliens, dinosaurs, and monsters. You can find […]
Full of penis noses and vagina heads and casting Picasso as a Victorian detective, Stéphane Rosse’s single-panel illustrations make Twin Peaks look like a children’s story.
As an author and art-lover who has no talent for the visual arts, I’m fascinated by art that tells a story. I’m convinced there are pathways in our neuroanatomy that link our narrative interpretations of […]
It might seem like all fiction tells stories, but that’s not true. I read Italo Calvino’s “Invisible Cities” last week, and like a lot of literature, it didn’t so much unfold as describe. At the […]