Tiny Pencil III

Tiny Pencil III PLEASE NOTE Contains Content Of A Graphic Nature And We Mean That Seriously, Yo Not Just In The Clever Pencil SensePages Of Pure Pencil AwesomenessTiny Pencil S Third Anthology Features An International Line Up Of Carbon Creators From Across The Globe, Including Award Winning Creators Such As Renee French, Isabel Greenberg, Lee Misenheimer, Allison Sommers, Andy Eleanor Taylor, Jeremy Holmes, And Many Printed In A Strictly Limited Perfect Bound Edition And Hand Numbered Issues Measure Cm X Cm So Just Under A In Size Special Bonus Each Issue Also Comes With A Limited Edition Double Sided Poster Featuring Sided Poster Featuring Gorgeous Graphite Art By Taiwan Based Illustrator Inca Pan And Italian Artist Vania Barbato The Poster Is Just Under A In Size And Beautifully Litho Printed On FSC Certified PaperThe Fabulous FULL Line Up Includes Marion Balac Vania Barbato Lilian Coquillaud Matt Craven Renee French Isabel Greenberg Daria Hlazatova Maryanna Hoggatt Jeremy Holmes Alys Jones Susannah Kelly Jon MacNair Malojo Lee Misenheimer Pete Murgatroyd Inca Pan Jennifer Parks Gloria Pizzilli Andy Poyiadgi Barnaby Richards Charles Santoso Dace Sietina Rupert Smissen Allison Sommers Sina Sparrow Tobias Tak Taylor James Unsworth

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  • Over-sized Soft-cover
  • 64 pages
  • Tiny Pencil III
  • Amber Hsu
  • English
  • 11 March 2019
  • 9781909743021

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    Eisnein s No.23 Favorite Artist Artbook Check Out No.24 Right HERE Go Back to No.1 HERE.This review applies to Tiny Pencil 3 AND 4, since I read them at the same time Also laziness.Pencil paper That s a simple formula, but by adding some truly astounding talent and fun themes like Monsters, Machines Unnatural Things or Death and Resurrection , Amber Hsu and company have concocted a perfect bound, 72 page anthology that feels like something precious It s fucking beautiful, an objet l art, and while I say it often, I always mean it, truly and violently brilliant.Renee French, from Tiny Pencil 3 Allison Sommers, from TP3 Except for the recent Walk the Line The Art of Drawing, from Lawrence King Publishing, there is a distinct paucity of graphite in the art world, something Tiny Pencil is quietly attempting to rectify The names that immediately caught my eye, and convinced me to take a chance on the relatively expensive 3rd and 4th issues, were Renee French a cartoonist and legimate Neo Surrealist who ranks very highly on my long list of favorites and Allison Sommers a young artist whose paintings left some lovely scars on my brain when they were featured in Hi Fructose and Juxtapoz For evidence, see the artwork hanging over this paragraph like two wonderful nightmares trapped in rectangular thought bubbles Their contributions are just as compelling and affecting as I expected them to be, but what s truly exciting about Tiny Pencil are the names I didn t know or didn t recognize, since a few were contributors in Walk the Line, or made appearances in magazines such as Elephant For instanceJoe Fenton, from www.tinypencil.com and TP3 Rupert Smissen, from TP3 Nick Sheehy, from TP4 and from Tiny Pencil 1 Robert Mackenzie, another master scribbler whose work had already gotten it s teeth into my neck before reading TP4 Lee Misenheimer, from TP3 What really sets it apart from the bulk of art and comic anthologies is the consistent quality of the contributions Most titles have a fair percentage of filler work, for any number of reasons A list artists doing grade D work an editor who can t stand the thought of hurting someone s feelings with a rejection a story included as filler to even up the page count et cetera There s not a mediocre page in Tiny Pencil Either Hsu doesn t mind pissing off the talent, or she s very selective about who she s inviting to the Tiny Table I m guessing it s both The last instalment of Kramer s Ergot was disappointing, perhaps because Sammy Harkham blew his artistic wad on the mighty citadel of art comics that was Kramer s Ergot 7 Monte Beauchamp s resurrected Blabworld is fine stuff, but hasn t featured anything as visionary as the work that appeared in the Blab of the late 90 s and early 00 s Al Columbia s The Trumpets They Played , or Archer Prewitt s Sof Boy And Mome is gone I m therefore naming Tiny Pencil as The Most Vital and Fucking Awesome of Art Comic Anthologies.Malojo, from www.tinypencil.com Pete Murgatroyd a damn cool surname , from TP3 and the colored versionVania Barbato, from the two sided poster included with TP3 Amber Hsu s curatorial aesthetic is impeccable, and the gathering of young, carbon scrawling masters she s put together is deserving of better things than made up titles Unlike the other anthologies I ve mentioned, the focus is on the art than the comics one of the things I love to see is high level craftsmanship and draughtsmanship, heavily stylized but meticulously rendered The backlash against what s referred to as try hard drawing has always annoyed me If you draw loose, go be that artist C.F and Brian Chippendale rock but if you draw tight, stay tight, don t get talked out of your natural style Tiny Pencil is refreshingly pretention free just artists scribbling on paper until something takes a soft black form and breathes.As demonstrated above, the art of Nick Sheehy, Robert McKenzie and Allison Sommers spoke to me in monochromatic whispers of their genius, but they ve also screamed at me in a glorious chromatic cacophony here s some of their colored and painted work, from outside the borders of Tiny Town Nick SheehyRobert MackenzieAllison SommersHere s the next item on my list Tiny Pencil 2.0 breaking the format trend of 1, 3, and 4, it s a viciously adorable box set that includes pencils and posters and an invitation to play with your own Tiny Pencil innuendo intendo as well as the book itself, diminished in size, but not in beauty Cover by Kristyna Baczinski Eisnein s No.23 Favorite Artist Artbook Check Out No.24 Right HERE Go Back to No.1 HERE More Art book Reviews More Comic book Reviews More Novel Reviews

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