ntjms:

A Hyper-Stylized Film About Dying In A River

ntjms:

A Hyper-Stylized Film About Dying In A River

some stuff I picked up at CAB. also got to meet Jonny Negron and Benjamin Marra. cool dudes.
EDIT: pink/blue was a popular color scheme apparently

some stuff I picked up at CAB. also got to meet Jonny Negron and Benjamin Marra. cool dudes.

EDIT: pink/blue was a popular color scheme apparently

(FREE) stuff to do today. More info.

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Popeye, Issue 800

Popeye, Issue 800

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thejogging:

Rich Homie Quan Lyrical Analysis, 2013
Venn Diagram 
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thejogging:

Rich Homie Quan Lyrical Analysis, 2013

Venn Diagram 

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*future wedding/funeral outfit

*future wedding/funeral outfit

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fantagraphics:

"Being in an Ed Piskor comic is cool enough to freeze hot water." – Fab Five Freddy

"This is the comic of all time." – Biz Markie

"This is the comic I’ve been waiting 40 years to read." – Harry Allen (Public Enemy Media Assassin)

"If ever a chapter of modern American history were ripe for the Classics Illustrated comic book treatment, it is hip-hop’s first decade. Ed Piskor, a talented writer and artist who has long savored the connections between comic books and hip-hop, has now written that chapter in the seductive and entertaining form of Hip Hop Family Tree. He weaves dozens and dozens of individual stories into an unprecedented book-length narrative encapsulating the out-sized drive, creativity, humor and violence that defined hip-hop culture from its gestation in New York’s outer boroughs in the early Seventies to its thrilling first steps onto the world stage via records and tv in the early Eighties. … It’s a great great story and Piskor tells it immaculately well.” – Bill Adler, co-author, Def Jam: The First 25 Years of the Last Great Record Label

"They say the story of Jesus is the greatest ever told, but JC didn’t steal a DJ mixer during the New York Blackout of ‘77 or bomb a subway car with Fab 5 Freddy. With his ‘Hip Hop Family Tree,’ comics artist Ed Piskor delves into the history of hip-hop and gets straight-up biblical, penning a ‘who-begat-whom’ with a b-boy twist." – Jonathan Zwickel, MTV.com

Hip Hop Family Tree (Vol. 1)
by Ed Piskor

112-page full-color 9” x 13” Flexibound softcover • $24.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-690-4

Due to arrive in about 2-4 weeks. Click the thumbnails for larger versions; get more info, see more previews and pre-order your copy here:

http://www.fantagraphics.com/hiphopfamilytree

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