|Jeremy Eaton's "Black Weather"|
|Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under webcomics, Jeremy Eaton||16 May 2008 8:50 PM|
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Jeremy Eaton surveys the just-ended R. Crumb show at Seattle's Frye Museum. It was amazing having that Crumb show up for the last two months or so. It felt like we were living in a parallel universe where Crumb was a more ubiquitous artistic presence in this town than Dale Chihuly. The amount of books by R. Crumb that were purchased in this town over the last two months is going to cause ripples that will reverberate for generations. In 2020, everyone in Seattle will look like this guy.
Jeremy Eaton is collaborating with outsider musician Willy Blanefield III over at Blanefield's MySpace page, with Eaton providing illustrations for each of Blanefield's mercurial songs (with titles such as "Retarded" and "We Burned Frank Sinatra"). Meanwhile, Eaton is selling the originals over at Comic Art Collective, including this amazing Shaft-as-literal-sex-machine Kirby homage.