This coffee table book is a retrospective of the alternative cartoonist/illustrator’s work.
Jim Blanchard's work from 1982–2002 intersected with punk rock, grunge, psychedelia, alternative comics, “zine” culture, portraiture, and “girlie” art. The book gathers Blanchard’s art into a cohesive whole; one section assembles the best of Blanchard’s LP covers, posters and flyers from the hardcore punk era through grunge, including iconic Black Flag, Nirvana, and Soundgarden posters. Augmenting the posters are exclusive photographs from the shows, including shots by famed photographer Charles Peterson (Touch Me, I'm Sick).
|Product dimensions:||9.10(w) x 12.10(h) x 0.80(d)|
|Age Range:||16 Years|
About the Author
Born in Texas, Jim Blanchard has lived all across the U.S.A. and in Norway. From
1982–1988, he was the editor and publisher of the punk rock/graphics zine Blatch. In 1987, he moved to Seattle,
Washington, where he’s been an illustrator, designer, and comic book artist, as well as an art director for Fantagraphics Books. He now
lives in Bellingham, Washington, with his wife Diana and his dog Lucius.
Charles Peterson is best known for his grunge rock photography. He lives in Seattle, WA.
Jim Woodring lives on Vashon Island in
Washington State’s Puget Sound with his wife, Mary. The recipient of numerous rewardsincluding a Genius Awardhe is an animator and a fine artist as well as a cartoonist.