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Just as a reminder, James Jean has an art blog. Above, a painting of musician Devendra Banhart.
This sketchbook by Deep6 and Hypothetical Island studio members was presented as a raffle prize to a lucky attendee. We lost the original link to this but the above by Tim Hamilton should make up for our perfidy.
Heritage Auctions is selling the original art of Page #1, Issue #1 of WATCHMEN. You know, the “Call me Ishmael” of comics. “Dog carcass in alley this morning, tire tread on burst stomach. This city is afraid of me. I have seen its true face.”
The page is being sold by English designer, musician, DJ and TV host Stephen “Krusher” Joule, known for his work on albums by Iron Maiden, Ozzy Osbourne, Black Sabbath, Motley Crue, AC/DC, Deep Purple, Robert Plant and Motorhead, and a long stint as Art Director at Kerrang! Magazine. He purchased it from a comics shop for about $180 — it is expected to sell for more than $15,000.
Note: I was like a zombie with a half-attached jaw after starting my Monday with a largely unsuccessful dentist’s appointment. That’s my excuse for getting this to you late and short. My apologies. Next week will be different.
This week’s episode started off with panoramic views of Merle Dixon still handcuffed and trapped on the Atlanta department store roof.