Woah! Artvoice chose to feature Honey & the Whirlwind by Tim Ferrara for the second time- this time it’s because he’s exhibiting in the WNYBAC member’s show. Dig it! It’s on view till July 9. If you ever come to Buffalo, NY you really need to visit the Western New York Book Arts Collective. It’s a really amazing place.
Also featured in the article is a hand made stab stitch book by Anii (me lol!). It contains sketches with the theme of Cherry Blossom Dream. It was made with Washi paper and I quite enjoy doodling in it with copic markers. (I have a post about the books I make on my personal blog: link )
What are you waiting for?? Go check out all the amazingness at the Western New York Book Arts Collective!
Anii (+ Tim) are working on Ranzatsu (乱雑) for the Buffalo Infringment Festival
Ranzatsu is the Japanese word for clutter/disorder/promiscuity. This is an exercise in dialogue through participatory comics/manga. Part Performance, Part Installation. There is no audience. Everyone joins to create a comic dialogue from upcycled manga/comics/their own hand. It can never be finished.
Check out the other Awesome Infringers: link. Also help support the Kickstarter that’s makin’ it all possible!
Hey all! We Cats are going to be at Anime Central aka Acen this weekend!
We won’t know where we are placed in the alley until we get there (as is con rules), but make sure you stop by! Kings will have his books + new goggles and Anii has a bunch of new buttons, a zine, and more! (We’re still on the busy train! I keep promising more blog entries! haha) We’ll be staying with our friend the amazing artist, Jen D. Check out her lovely website link.
Also, Anii won runner up for the doujinshi contest, and as such is featured in a book for Acen. Make sure you snag one if you are at the con!
Hey! Happy Free Comic book Day! Kings is posting all of his FCBD Comic in COLOR online! (link) And Anii made her first zine! (dig it)
It’s been non stop busy for us cats! Look for some con summaries and good news on the horizon! Now we are off to attend TCAF! See you!
Toracon was so much fun! and We haven’t even finished uploading UBcon’s sketches! Thanks to all you cool cats who dropped by for awesome conversation and general good times!! Also it was beyond cool to see my art on the volunteer badge >w< torachibi time!!! Anime Boston is this weekend… so … here we go again!!!
AWESOME NEWS ALERT: I just placed as a runner-up in Anime Central’s Doujinshi Contest!!
Want to see the winning entry? Go to Acen and find out! muahah After the con I’ll post it, but I don’t want to ruin the surprise!
WOW! Smack in the middle of a convention every weekend jag! We’ve completed Tekkoshocon and UB Con and next week is Toracon followed by Anime Boston! There’s so much to do and so very little time! Hopefully we’ll get more some updates here and the etsy shop!
Here are some comishies from UB con that I did… I have a lot more to upload from Tekko!
What a blast today was! Look for us to update the etsy shops and post Honey & the Whirlwind book ordering info as well. Thanks to everyone who came out to visit us, bought swag, or chatted! Tim & I really enjoyed it! Many thanks!! Cheers~
Woah! A Huge thanks to Artvoice for the amazing feature on the upcoming Buffalo Small Press Book Fair in which they feature not only myself, but my partner in crime, Tim Ferrara and his fantastic comic- Honey & the Whirlwind. Stop by and say hi to us at the Fair this Saturday! I’ll have exclusive buttons and other fun swag. Check it out- LINK
Also a shout-out is due for French Press, as it’s where I made the excellent letterpress Squid Salad poster, used in my new comic (link) You may recall the earlier photos from my entry, here.
Kings & I are going to be at the Buffalo Small Press Book fair on march 19 (Saturday!) with our respective comics (Honey & the Whirlwind and Squid Salad) Kings will be selling his new book, and I’ll have buttons and other coolness!
Here’s the Offical Info:
What: 2011 Buffalo Small Press Book Fair
Where: Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum, Porter Hall, 453 Porter Ave, Buffalo, NY
When: March 19, 2011 12p.m.-6p.m.
Who: Writers, artists, and cultural workers from the Great Lakes Region and beyond
Details of the event are available online at: www.buffalosmallpress.org