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B0100click to enlarge Spark Generators IIitem no. B0100In this second benefit book for the Cartoon Art Museum, twenty-eight comic creators draw on the inspirations that sparked their imaginations. Often humorous, at times enlightening and always entertaining, these stories honor the flashes of inspiration that compel artists to cartoon.Featuring the work of: Tom Beland, Paige Braddock, Jeffrey Brown, Michael Jantze, Lynn Johnston, Keith Knight, Paul Madonna, and many more.Cover Painting by Michael KalutaEdited by Jon ‘Bean’ Hastings & Andrew Farago | 112 pages | B/W interior


  In celebration of his retrospective, Samplings and Dabblings, the Cartoon Art Museum is publishing a full-color, 80-page exhibition catalog covering the artistic career of Sam Kieth, from his earliest work-for-hire projects including Sandman andMarvel Comics Presents, through creator-owned projects like The Maxx and Zero Girl, to his most recent artistic endeavors, including many never-before-published paintings and drawings from Kieth’s sketchbooks.  The catalog includes an exclusive interview conducted by Cartoon Art Museum Curator Andrew Farago, and Kieth claims that this will be his final career-spanning interview.The design firm of Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners has donated its efforts to the creation of this catalog, and IDW Publishinghas generously agreed to print Samplings and Dabblings for the Cartoon Art Museum.$20.00 plus $7 S&H in US, $20 S&H International

c0100click to enlarge Draw Me a Storyitem no. C0100From our latest exhibition! The Draw Me A Story catalog offers a fascinating glimpse into the variety of art styles used in children’s books from the early 1900′s to the early 21st century.Featured artist include: Mabel Lucie Attwell, Jules Feiffer, Edward Gorey, Walt Kelly, Patrick McDonnell and William Steig, among others.Edited by Malcolm Whyte | 24 pages | Full Color | 2006$17.50

c0101click to enlarge Dream Time/War Time: the comics of Aleksandar Zografitem no. C0101The official catalog for the 2002 exhibition.Edited by Chris Lanier & Malcolm Whyte | 28 pages | B/W$5.00
c0102click to enlarge Zippy and Beyond (signed)item no. C0102The catalog for the 1997 exhibit featuring the strange and surreal world of everyone favorite pinhead and his unique view of the world.Edited by Bill Griffith, Diane Noomin & Malcolm Whyte | 12 pages | B/W$20.00

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Time November 23, 2010 at 8:35 pm

[...] Exhibition curator Andrew Farago is the author of The Looney Tunes Treasury, published by Running Press, a member of the Perseus Books Group.  The timeless generational appeal of the Looney Tunes is celebrated in The Looney Tunes Treasury by an irrefutable source—the characters themselves.  Whether it’s Bugs Bunny or Yosemite Sam, each character gives his own off-beat look at the animation industry, the creative voices who gave the characters their unequivocal look, attitude and voices, and a first-hand account of what the characters do when they’re not starring in the latest cartoon.  The Looney Tunes Treasury is available wherever books are sold, and signed copies may be purchased from the Cartoon Art Museum’s bookstore. [...]