Donna Tartt’s epic tale of art theft and loss has won the biggest prize in American literature. Nonfiction works by Alan Taylor, Megan Marshall and Dan Fagin were also awarded.
Fine, detailed and subtle animated artwork created by New York illustrator Rebecca Mock. Apparently the animated gif back to stay, gradually more and more people are exploring this old format and customers asking for shouting. Several of these illustrations were created for the New York Times or The Warlus magazine.
Beautiful gif art. <3
From YouTube, to Pandora, to Spotify, streaming music is piloting our listening habits in fascinating new ways that both upend old hierarchies and recall innovations of previous eras. Eric Harvey explores how these developments are affecting ideas of taste, access, and ownership today—and what this shift means for fans and artists alike—in our latest Cover Story.
Hold on to your butts…here comes D4VE #4!
The penultimate issue of D4VE is now available for purchase from Monkeybrain Comics, through Comixology—and it’s only 99cents!
We went full butthorn in this issue, folks. Total butthorn. The S reallllly hits the F, and we couldn’t be more excited for what you’re about to see.
HELL ON 34RTH. The K’Laar invasion takes a violent turn and the robots begin to fall, causing D4VE to reveal his radical master plan. A plan that could change the robot world forever…if they aren’t wiped out first.
We hope you enjoy this issue. If you’re new to D4VE, welcome—please, feel free to poke around. The water’s just fine to dip a toe or two. Fired up the grill even. We got ‘wursts ready to burst. You’re in our backyard now. Neighbor. And did I mention each issue is only 99 cents? Mm MMM, High value.
Thank you for the support, dear R34D3RS. Keep that heart a pumpin’, because our grand finale is just around the bend.