We’re thrilled to announce that RIPExpo 2014 will take place on August 2 & 3 at the Providence Public Library!
The exhibitor application will open March 8, and close March 31.
Accepted applicants will be notified April 16!
MARK YOUR CALENDARS, START YOUR ENGINES
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Check it out, nerds- I found a bunch of my originals from the first Fart Party book. Imma sell ‘em and take my $5 to Vegas!
One hat in the drawing represents six “Puupäähattu” comics prizes awarded to a Finnish artist during the years 1972-2013. (Except the topmost male hat, which represents five prizes, making the total six awards to female artists and 35 to male.)
Explanation to non-Finnish readers: The prize is named after a famous classic comics character who wore a similar hat, and the person who gets the prize also receives a very nice felted hat in the same style.
Amerikkalainen Anne Elizabeth Moore on Helsingissä Sarjakuvakeskuksen vieraana. Videolla hän kertoo työstään toimittajana, kirjailijana ja sarjakuvakäsikirjoittajana. Hän myös kertoo tutkimuksestaan kansainvälisen vaateteollisuuden, prostituution ja ihmiskaupan kytköksistä.
This is a video of Anne Elizabeth Moore talking about Truthout’s Our Fashion Year in English for the Helsingin Sanomat. Unclear what the above text says. Maybe it says Anne Elizabeth Moore is a big dork? Finnish is hard.
Melissa Mendes’ and Anne Elizabeth Moore’s final collaboration in the Our Fashion Year series looks at how national policies, corruption, and gender roles all combine in the garment industry, weaving together state violence, hot models and your favorite outfit. Read the whole strip on Truthout here, or pick up the high-quality large-scale print set here and look at it every day, even when your computer is broken.