November 7, 2012 @ 11:20 am

Chris Pitzer


Adhouse Books' publisher, Chris Pitzer, joins us this week. AdHouse Books has been a boutique publishing juggernaut since 2002. Over the years, they have won and been nominated for awards within the comic profession (Ignatz, Harvey, Eisner) and the design world (AIGA, Communication Arts, Domtar Paper). Their library of publications is an eclectic mix of sequential and illustrative arts including works by James Jean, Paul Pope, Josh Cotter, Jamie Tanner, and Adam Hines.


Recent releases include Ethan Rilly's Pope Hats #3, Thomas Herpich's White Clay, and Lamar Abrams Remake 3xtra.


Follow Adhouse Books on Twitter @adhousebooks .



Dean Motter, Mr. X
Herb Lubalin
Lester Beall
Charles Anderson
John Pham's zine Scuzzi
Mike Mitchell
Art Chantry's essay on Jacob Covey's cover design for the Strange Case of Edward Gorey
Leanne Shapton, J&L Books

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September 11, 2012 @ 7:21 pm

Jeffrey Inscho


Jeffrey Inscho is the writer/designer/thinker behind Static Made and the cohost of ZenGeek, a weekly audio program that focuses on technology and mindfulness. He also manages web and digital media initiatives at the Carnegie Museum of Art and before that he was the Director of Media + Public Relations at the Mattress Factory. In the course of our discussion, he mentioned David Allen's book Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity, Ben Brooks' site The Brooks Review, and Patrick Rhone's essay Saying No Is Really Saying Yes to Other Things. Static Made logo designed by Justin Visnesky.

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September 5, 2012 @ 7:47 am

Anne Koyama


After a career in film-making and advertising, Anne Koyama founded Koyama Press in 2007 in Toronto. Koyama Press’s mandate is to promote and support a wide range of emerging and established artists. Projects include comics, art books and zines. Koyama Press titles are distributed by Last Gasp, Tony Shenton, and Spit and a Half. They are available for purchase online through Secret Acres.

koyamapressbooks.jpg A selection of new and recent Koyama Press titles

The Kickass Annie Project features different artist interpretations of the Koyama Press Kickass Annie logo. The original Kickass Annie logo (seen at the top of this post) was created for Koyama Press by artist Aaron Leighton; the animated GIF was designed by David Huyck. You can check out the whole set on Flickr.

kickassannie_jimrugg.jpg Kickass Annie by Jim Rugg

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