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Category >> Richard Sala

Miscellaneous Importance.
Written by Jacob Covey | Filed under Richard SalaRay FenwickKovey Korner 16 Nov 2007 10:38 AM
I have absolutely no use for the perfect coin purse. But Ray Fenwick makes me want things I don't need.

Ray recently guest blogged on one of my favorite sites, Book By Its Cover. There he has summarized his love of Mat Brinkman as such: "I'm always searching for art that gives me both something I understand and something I don't."

I proudly own this enormous etching by Lizz Hickey of an unsettling, beautiful and overwhelming slice of extraterrestrial landscape. It's one of the most dense worlds I could imagine creating, brimming with details that all seem to insinuate life-going-on. Unfortunately that image is not on her Flickr page. BUT, now she's cranking out nearly 100 different prints that seem to be microcosms within that crazy world. Close-ups of vague organic forms doing uncertain things. I like it. As an acquaintance of mine might say, I understand it and I don't understand it.



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Lookie: original Richard Sala art
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Richard SalapreviewsIgnatz Series 7 Nov 2007 8:38 AM

Original cover art for Delphine #3 by Richard Sala


One of the great privileges of working at Fantagraphics is the opportunity to see original artwork for upcoming releases. Case in point: this gorgeous painted cover by Richard Sala for Delphine #3 (release date TBD), which my crappy cameraphone did absolutely no favors to (and turned purple for some reason).
A Blogosphere Halloween
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Richard Sala 31 Oct 2007 9:41 AM


Beyond the Groovy Age of Horror has taken the only proper blogosphere course of action this Halloween: they've posted a new interview with our own favorite master of the macabre, Richard Sala.

Fanta-ween
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under staffRichard SalaJR WilliamsGary Panter 31 Oct 2007 8:36 AM
Jimb-o-lantern by Eric Reynolds:

Jimbo-lantern by Eric Reynolds


Cyril Root (from Richard Sala's The Chuckling Whatsit) by Rhea Patton:

Cyril Root jack-o-lantern by Rhea Patton


J.R. Williams' entry in my Yoda sketchbook says it all:

Yoda sketchbook page 42 - J.R. Williams


Don't forget to send us your photos! Email them to mbaehr at fantagraphics blot blob or add them to our groups on Flickr or Facebook.





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