Comics

Chris Ware

Catalog Number: 
Book, Raeburn, Daniel
Date: 
2004
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Abstract: 
This book is an exploration of the work of comic artist Chris Ware.
Language: 
English
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ISSN/ISBN: 
0300102917
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Item Donor: 
The Illinois Institute of Art

The School to Prison Pipeline

Abstract: 
Covers the disadvantages faced by poor and minority youth that often lead to incarceration. Includes for suggestions to resist this path.
Language: 
English
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Website: 

chicagofreedomschool.org
hullhousemuseum.org
www.project-nia.org

Food Boys

Location

4338 W Wabansia Avenue
60639 Chicago, IL
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Zine, Food Boys
Date: 
December 2015
Abstract: 
"If you ever go through a break up, and you are feeling depressed, just look through 'Food Boys,' find the description of the boy you just broke up with, and eat that food to make you feel better." In this zine, the authors ask the reader to confront their heartache headfirst, without averting its gaze. With its sixteen paradigms of boys in the guise of food (such as pizza, posole, snow cones, gummy bears), Food Boys provides the recently heartbroken a pathway to feeling better: eat your feelings.
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Understimulated Overcaffeinated

Location

Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Zine, Understimulated Overcaffeinated
Date: 
January 2012
Abstract: 
A collection of comics that represent excess time and a lack of structure in the life of writer/artist, Megan Kirby.
Language: 
English
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Website: 

megankirb.tumblr.com/page/14

The Hole: Consumer Culture

Catalog Number: 
book,Duffy, Damian
Date: 
2008
Volume: 
1
Abstract: 
A science fiction horror story about the buying and selling of race in America, the simultaneous worship and degradation of African Americans in popular culture, and the bloody terror of boundaries being torn down.
Language: 
English
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ISSN/ISBN: 
9780977868926

Anon, Good Nurse!

Catalog Number: 
Chapbook, Anon, Good Nurse!
Date: 
October 18, 2008
Edition: 
137/500
Abstract: 
The anonymity movement is a movement against the perversion of the aesthetic experience; a movement against the categorization & generalization of art; a movement away from erroneous metonymy. The unchecked adolescence of the aesthetic experience has led to an identity-centered, egotistical atmosphere and existence of art. What this new interaction of the observer and the art has begot is an overdiagnostic art theory, concerning itself with nothings and unmerited subjective judgments: removing the importance of craft & versification, and relying on the use of mass media & aristocracy to place importance on the identity of the artist, so that the importance placed by the observer on the art is minimal, in favor of, instead, the name of the artist by whom it was crafted.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Figured out the date by googling Midwest Anonymous Artists
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Contributors: 
Item Donor: 
Midwest Anonymous Artists

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