Showing posts with label Julian Lytle. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Julian Lytle. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

'Room Full of Murals' show June 29

Hole in the Sky is presenting "ArtShow 02: A Room Full of Murals," featuring more than 20 local artists who will each paint 4'x8' wall panels. The opening is Saturday, June 29, from 7-11 p.m. $5 donations are requested. (Local cartoonists I recognize include Mike O'Brien and Julian Lytle.)

Art by Mike O'Brien

Monday, November 12, 2012

Shattered Asian American Comics Anthology photos

101_4620 Shattered - Michael Kang, Jamie Noguchi, Keith Chow, Jeff Yang

Shattered: The Asian American Comics Anthology - A Secret Identities Book - had a booksigning at Busboys and Poets, Washington, DC, with editors Jeff Yang and Keith Chow, filmmaker Michael Kang and cartoonist Jamie Noguchi. The talk went for about an hour and a half and culminated in a 'design a supervillain' crowdsourcing event. The Stain is the audience-designed character drawn by Noguchi. The talk was enjoyable. I read a few stories in the book while waiting and enjoyed the ones by Kang and Noguchi; Bernard Chang's was disappointing because it concludes online somewhere. More pictures are online here.

101_4625 Jeff Yang, Jamie Noguchi, Keith Chow

101_4631 Jamie Noguchi, Jeff Yang

Julian Lytle who does the Ants webcomic shared my table, and multitasked by working on his strip:
101_4624 Julian Lytle