An illustrated journal of fiction, comics, essays and criticism about contemporary culture and politics.
Comics by Agir, set in the dome complex of a space colony that could be what our future in space looks like. Most people rarely travel in space due to the disruption that relativistic effects can create in one's life, and the strain it can put on one's relationships. So they live much the same way we do, albeit in a more confined volume. Naturally, they consume a lot of media.
In Television from Outer Space, we rebroadcast selected cultural emanations from the 5th millenium AD using cutting-edge high-tech turn-of-the-century newspaper printing technology. So strap in for a high-octane thrill-ride through the prime-time lineup of soap operas, newsmagazines, cooking shows and gossip!
Urban sketches from the subterranean passageways of New York City.
As so many sketchers have discovered, public transportation is the most reliable source of gratis life drawing study in the world. No matter where you go, you know just where to find interesting people who are willing to sit for you.
An issue of Subway Sketchbook contains a bag of shells. From carefully observed portraits to hasty scribbles, each line tells a unique story, weaving the intimate and personal details of sartorial expression with the swinging elbows and sudden lurching that characterize subway work.
Subway Sketchbook comes in a range of sizes. Check out the complete set, and collect them all!