Brave New World
written by Alex Spiro
Nobrow Ltd | ISBN 9781907704345
Paperback – 128 pages
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"Nobrow's bold, expansive formula dissolves the borders supposedly demarcating illustration and comics. Their fluidity and hybridity infuse each miniature in this expertly crafted, alluringly colored feast for the eyes, mind, and heart."--Paul Gravett, author of "1001 Comic Books You Must Read Before You Die""You want a cool book showing the latest and the best comics design out there, Nobrow will more than double your fun."--Warren Bernard, executive director, Small Press ExpoTaking inspiration from Aldous Huxley's seminal 1931 novel of the same name, "Nobrow 7" invites forty-five creative visionaries to re-interpret the theme of a "Brave New World."Is this our brave new world? This is just one of the questions posed in a stunning large-format, 128-page presentation that features cutting-edge work from the world's most exciting cartoonists and illustrators.Comprised of fifteen cartoonists and thirty illustrators, the latest edition of Nobrow's flagship anthology continues to showcase the very best talent in the world of visual and narrative arts. Maintaining the acclaimed flip-cover format of "Nobrow 6," "Nobrow 7" is, in fact, two titles rolled into one: one side dedicated to comics, the other dedicated entirely to illustration.Featuring: Jillian Tamaki ("Indoor Voice," Drawn & Quarterly), Luke Pearson ("Hilda and the Midnight Giant," Nobrow Press), Joost Swarte ("Is That All There Is?" Fantagraphics Books), Tom Gauld ("Goliath," Drawn & Quarterly), Anders Nilsen ("Big Questions," Drawn & Quarterly), Joseph Lambert (winner of Ignatz Outstanding Artist award for "I Will Bite You"), and many more.
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