Hey fashionistas, if you’re eager to see Maurice Vellekoop interpreting this season’s hottest fashions, make sure to pick up a copy of this Saturday’s National Post. It’s their quarterly style guide, and features 4 lovely images by Vellekoop and a loose narrative by Nathalie Atkinson, that weaves Jacobs, Dior, and McQueen into the most glamourous of all settings—the airport.
Sadly, it doesn’t look this the article has made it online yet (it’s too bad because I was REALLY hoping to see the images online, a little larger than they were in the paper), but if you are able to still grab a copy of the paper it’s pretty neat, I recommend it.
(There’s also a new TIFF comic strip by Steve Murray in there too…)
If The National Post puts the article online I’ll update this post with a link! If not maybe I’ll just scan some of it?
Hey folks! It’s Jim Rugg’s awesome-looking cover to ONE MODEL NATION, a new original graphic novel coming from Image in a few months. I mentioned it in the last Previews Liveblog as having a sort of… unsettling… solicit image. Considering how utterly awesome this illustration is, it was worth the wait. Check out a bigger version by clicking or visiting Jim’s livejournal if clicking doesn’t work.
Here’s the first three things that came to mind:
1. I always wondered when Warner Brothers would figure out that they owned DC Comics. Turns out? September 9th, 2009.
2. You know, at other massive corporations when beloved senior staff are informed that their services are no longer required, they get a golden parachutte. At DC, there’s no money but at least they let you write Legion again!
3. Good luck to all involved, I imagine the next few weeks are gonna be weird.
Glad everyone found the Cynical Orange post interesting. I can’t decide if I want to write the follow-up addressing all of the points in the comment section… It’ll take a lot of time I’m not sure I have.
Speaking of, we’ve been working hard on TCAF over here, and I think we’ll have a big announcement next week about the 2010 show (May 8-9). If everything goes the way it should, information and announcements will be disseminated a lot earlier and more consistently. I feel pretty good about it in general, but it’s way more work up-front to make this thing easier to run than it is to do it the way we’ve been doing it. I am learning the valuable life skill of learning to let go, and it only took me a few decades.
Alright, it’s new comics day. Let’s go sell some comics!