Something Unusual is Happening

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  • Castle        George Wylesol        Posters / Prints        $50.00
  • SITE Office Poster        Ben Mendelewicz        Posters        $20.00
  • Crawl        Jesse Fillingham        Books / Zines        $12.00
  • Dream Guhl        Michael Olivo        Books / Zines        $3.00
  • If you see, the kill the        Michael Olivo        Books / Zines        $5.00
  • Poster Assortment        Sammy Stein        Posters        $20.00
  • Don't Come in Here        Patrick Kyle        Books / Artists' Books        $15.00
  • Joan the Drone Pilot & Mary the Drone        Lale Westvind        Books / Zines        $6.00
  • Barbara [Painting]        Lale Westvind        Original Artwork        $1,000.00
  • The Flower Was Not Made For Us to Look At, 2017        Maren Karlson        Original Artwork        $200.00
  • Crayon #1        Sammy Stein        Books / Zines        $10.00
  • Kingdom of Gold        George Wylesol        Books / Zines        $5.00
  • SOL        Alexis Beauclair        Books / Artists' Books        $12.00
  • Loss        Jesse Fillingham        Books / Zines        $7.00
  • Booger Brie's Funky Fitting Room        Brie Moreno        Books / Zines        $12.00
  • Goddess        Michael Olivo        Posters / Prints        $12.00

A selection of works from Printed Matter’s current exhibition, Something Unusual is Happening: Experimental Comics and the Art of Visual Narrative. The publications included in Something Unusual is Happening share a common interest in non-conventional storytelling, with each artist crafting a distinctive form of visual language that departs from the familiar narratives and formats of traditional comic art. The works explore a range of interests and fixations; allegories of personal transformation and enlightenment, cautionary tales of advanced technology, voyeurism and computer surveillance, as well as meditations on the act of comic-drawing itself.

Last updated 7/6/2017
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