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Everything Elevator

Price
$60.00
Date
2008
Publisher
Self-Published
Format
Anthologies
Details
Softcover
Size
21.7 × 20.2 cm
Length
Description

Davis Weir brings together a group of loosely affiliated artists to create a compendium of that falls somewhere between comics, psychedelia and fines arts. Much like the geographic scope of the artists—with artists hailing from Japan, the Czech Republic, Canada, the US, and on—the work included is wide-ranging; from the manic, drippy, visual explosions of Fiona Smyth to the more visually spare styles computer generated.

Includes work by Keith Jones, Fiona Smyth, Leila Maher, Shahin Etemadzadeh, Eva Hola, Jason McLean, Erin Rosenthal, Darja Cancikova, Ben Lee Phillips, Marc Beurteaux, Noel Freibert, Peter Kalyniuk, Davis Weir, Carlos Gonzales, Matin Krkosek, Lucie Kovarova, Jan Anderzen, Luke gustafson, Rasmus Svensson, Billy Monastiraki – Monastiraki, Marcia Bassett & Matthew Bower, Yoshie Ogihara, Pavel Novak, Vladimira Sturmova, Dora Cancikova, Rebecca Bird, Pavlina Lorinczova, Jakub Zich, Leif Goldberg, Michal Chodanic, Matthew Thurber, Jan Petrovic, Seripop.

Includes a folded screenprint poster by Seripop.

Edition of 350, numbered.

  1. Everything Elevator
 

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