During the 1980’s, David Hockney began taking photographs from multiple viewpoints then piecing them together. He was interested in how we see and depict space and time and how we turn a 3 dimensional world into a 2 dimensional image.
First in a small series of illustrations based on well known skate spots in Barcelona. This image is in the process of being screen-printed, although I have a broken collar bone, from skating in Barcelona, and doing it with one arm is hard!
One of the few comics ever created that should be included gratis with your purchase of any My Bloody Valentine album like a Happy Meal toy, Ben Jones and Frank Santoro’s Cold Heatis a pastel explosion of emotion and sensation. It’s also arguably the great unfinished alternative comics masterpiece of the ’00s, since its double-sized final issue, promised in April 2010, has yet to materialize (and its penultimate installment is both offline and out of print). But its lack of resolution doesn’t matter a bit, I promise you. The first time you sat and listened to your favorite album as a teenager, did it involve a story arc with a concrete ending? Probably not, but the intensity of that experience remains — and it’s that intensity that Cold Heat mines for all it’s worth.