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A Graphic Cosmogony

At long last, after two years out of print, A Graphic Cosmogony is returning to bookshelves near you. First printed in 2010 the anthology, which includes contributions from artists such as Jon McNaught, Rob Hunter, Isabel Greenberg and Brecht Vandenbroucke, hit the comics world with a maelstrom of original and exciting works. Now, with the reprint due in December, you’ll have the chance to take yourself back, far, far back into the mists of time and discover some of the lesser known creation stories in this universally embracing body of work. And if you want to know a little more,  check out what Paul Gravett has to say on the matter:


Robert Moses: Master Builder of New York City

A new graphic biography by Pierre Christin and Olivier Balez recounts the achievements of one man who changed the the face of an entire city. Robert Moses: the mastermind of New York.

From the subway to the skyscraper, from Manhattan’s Financial District to the Long Island suburbs, every inch of New York tells the story of one man’s mind: Robert Moses, the architect who designed it all. Now, in Christin  and Balez’s graphic biography, the rest of Robert’s story will be told.


Eventually Everything Connects

A unique insight into the Californian modernist movement by Loris Lora.

How is Alfred Hitchcock connected to Charles and Ray Eames, or famed premier model Peggy Moffitt and actor Steve McQueen? Did you know that Dennis Hopper was a photographer? Or that Walt Disney thought Psycho was “disgusting”? Loris Lora links the movers and shapers of the California modernist movement like no one before her in this luxurious hardback Leporello. Unfurl 4 metres of this gorgeous frieze, unfold the oversize connect the dots map inside and discover that at the end of the day… Eventually Everything Connects!

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