Spray painted stickers and screen printed patches by Danielle Burton.
These were made for the first Comic Arts Brooklyn Festival back in November and now we’ll be giving away the last of them.
While they last, all orders of Danielle’s comic, Slithering Sleep, will get some of this stuff thrown into the package.
Even the most ruff n’ tuff boys need to take a moment from time to time for some Shelf Reflection. This new jumbo-sized zine is just that moment. An outrageously funny story sandwiched and sewn between screen printed covers.
Now available through Neoglyphic Media!
FULL PASSES NOW FOR SALE
No performers are announced yet, but does it even matter? You know it’s going to be worth being here. Mark your calendars, save the dates, and make plans to be in Anacortes for July 18th, 19th & 20th, 2014 for this. This is going to be a really good one. The details will gradually be announced but not for a while now. Get in on these early passes and get a cheaper price.
This is an amazing festival and I’m very excited it’s happening again!
Saturday and Sunday will feature the book fair and you’ll be sure to find Neoglyphic Media there again this year.
Neoglyphic Media 2013 releases in retrospect:
Available through Neoglyphic Media webstore - here!
We got written up in What’s Up Magazine, check out the February issue for this article. I’m not sure if it’s available to read anywhere online.
…You only need to explore the library to see what’s happening there; an active calendar of events, ranging from rock concerts to book tours, art projects to standup comedy, and a growing collection of books that has been selected intentionally by library members through a voting process or book donation. “It is an experiment in democracy, a community space that flexes to the needs of the community and the desires of the members. It’s a cooperative with a focus on building a collection of books and connecting people through itdeas, it is a venue for artists and active people. Artists are a sort of subset of activists, whether they identify as activists or not. They create the culture around us” Says the library’s founder, Cullen Beckhorn (AKA Future Man).
If you’re ever in Bellingham, don’t miss a chance to stop in to our headquarters at the Alternative Library. One of the most amazing collections of comics and art books you’ll find anywhere and an awesome crew of volunteers that run the space.