Barney's Spy vs. Spy

Posted on April 1, 2009 Under Life

Comics meet couture in a clever mashup at Barney's New York. This display for fashion designer Azzedine Alaia repurposes two mannequins as the iconic black and white spies from Mad's long-running comic, Spy vs. Spy. Barney's is known for its…

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Che: A Graphic Biography

Posted on March 23, 2009 Under Books

While Steven Soderbergh's film Che has gotten mixed reviews on the festival circuit, there's one piece of media, Che: A Graphic Biography, that provides an indisputably great snapshot of the Argentinian Marxist revolutionary's life and death. Created by longtime cartoonist…

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Adam Szary Tees

Posted on February 18, 2009 Under Design

Perhaps you have a penchant for geek chic but you don't want to look like you just walked out of a comic convention. Adam Szary, illustrator and comic artist for the Z Crisis and December 2105 series, has a line…

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Win Watchmen: The Art of the Film

Posted on February 11, 2009 Under Books
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Alex Pardee x Watchmen

Posted on February 6, 2009 Under Art

We have no idea yet whether or not Watchmen will be as appetizing as The Dark Knight or as revolting as Catwoman. But we do know is that it's directed by 300's Zack Snyder, so it has a fighting chance…

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DKNY Jeans x Paul Pope 2089

Posted on October 7, 2008 Under Fashion

New York and London's fashion weeks have come and gone, so we all know what to wear next year, but what about the year 2089? What are we going to wear then? Don't worry, DKNY Jeans and comic book artist…

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Dexter x Shepard Fairey

Posted on July 14, 2008 Under Design

We have a kind of man-crush going on with artist/illustrator/disco king Shepard Fairey. It's no secret. But who would have thought that a marketing guy at Showtime would share our unrequited love? Dexter, the series about a serial killer killer…

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Putting the Speak in Speaker

Posted on June 6, 2008 Under Design

When reading a comic, the speaker is the character with a word bubble above his head. In everyday waking life our words don't hover above our person to allow everyone within peering distance to catch our conversational content. For that,…

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The Lost Ones

Posted on May 16, 2008 Under Books

Zune Arts is an absolute must-see for anyone who wants to be on the cutting edge of emerging art. The collaborations they foster between artists are dependably kick ass and always push the envelope. They continue to break new ground…

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Posted on March 24, 2008 Under Fashion

Paul Pope (aka Pulphope) went from being a DC comics virtuoso (including his excellent Batman: Year 100) to designing his own clothing line. And, while Bruce Wayne did have certain debonairly style about him, we're pretty sure the bat cowl…

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