New York Drawings - Adrian Tomine

Adrian Tomine’s New York Drawings (Drawn and Quarterly, $29.95) is a collection both of Tomine’s work and of New York City itself. Featuring his art from The New Yorker, illustrations for albums and books, and Tomine’s own commentary, the book is the story of Tomine’s discovery of the people that make New York, New York venerable the world over. His often close up, textured and straightforward drawings tell more about the city than the magazine that made him famous ever could.
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ISBN: 9781770460874
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Published: Drawn and Quarterly - October 2nd, 2012

Courtney Crumrin - Ted Naifeh

Courtney Crumrin, Volumes One and Two are the perfect avenue into the Crumrin series and an excellent collector’s item for those who already love theour adventurous, disgruntled heroine. Ted Naifeh’s combination of dark magic and whimsy are lit up by the deft illustrations of Warren Wucinich. Full of everything that goes bump in the night, these dour color collections are a necessity for lovers of magical and humorous graphic novels.

The Nao of Brown - Glyn Dillon

Glyn Dillon’s The Nao of Brown tells the story of Nao, an aspiring illustrator and shop girl, held hostage by her OCD and her struggle to overcome her demons while finding her footing in the world. Through meditation, Nao begins to see that the world isn’t black and white but littered with shades of grey. Compelling, honest, and beautifully illustrated, The Nao of Brown is a reflection on the complicated business of being human as we make missteps into adulthood.