Monday, April 27, 2009

Adrian poster for D+Q TV On the Radio Concert!

Hard to believe or easy to believe? Yes, D+Q is 20 years old this year. To celebrate, D+Q is teaming up with other two other indy Montreal organizations, Blue Skies Turn Black and Suoni Per Il Popolo, to present a not-to-be-missed concert here in Montreal, TV on the Radio and the Dirty Projectors! Mark your calendars, it's June 3rd at the Metropolis. How does this get any better? Well, Adrian Tomine kindly provided the beautiful poster, which will be on sale and plastered around the city of Montreal soon.

Friday, April 24, 2009

New, New Yorker!

New Illustration by Adrian

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Adrian in Nylon!

Take a look at the May 2009 issue of Nylon magazine, featuring Adrian and some hard hitting questions concerning the evolution of Optic Nerve & 32 Stories. Granted, the text size featured above may prohibit you from taking a proper look, but isn't it time that you went to one of these?

Monday, April 20, 2009

Set the dial

Adrian Tomine will be on PRI's The World tonight discussing A Drifting Life. You should be able to listen to the podcast on the site after 5:30 EST today. For the public radio station closest to you, check here.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Manifesto of a Comic-Book Rebel

The NY Times agrees with the Onion:

It's a book that manages to be, all at once, an insider's history of manga, a mordant cultural tour of post-Hiroshima Japan and a scrappy portrait of a struggling artist. It's a big, fat, greasy tub of salty popcorn for anyone interested (as Americans increasingly are) in the theory and practice of Japanese comics. It's among this genre's signal achievements.

Check out Dwight Garner's thorough and thoughtful review of A Drifting Life in today's New York Times.