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–– edited by Hugh Frost & Leon Sadler ––
One of the most anticipated works of 2013 makes its debut as the first major (Copacetic) comics release of 2014. The anthology's declared theme is: "An exploration of the ways in which network technologies mediate our experience of each other and our surroundings." Fans of Kramers Ergot in specific and PictureBox publications in general will find much to engage them here in this 224 page, 9 Pantone colour anthology featuring all new work from 35 leaders of contemporary narrative art locked in struggle with the dominant cultural paradigms. This struggle takes place in comics work of all stripes, from erotic embrace to violent rejection, from formal deconstructions to fun-filled fantasias. Take a minute to peruse the contributor list: Aidan Koch — Amalia Ulman — Angie Wang — Ben Mendelewicz — Blaise Larmee — Brenna Murphy — CF — Cody Cobb — Daniel Swan — Dmitry Sergeev — Gabriel Corbera — GHXYK2 — Hugh Frost — Jacob Ciocci — James Jarvis — Joseph Kelly — Jonas Delaborde — Jonathan Chandler — Jonny Negron — Julien Ceccaldi —Karn Piana — Kilian Eng — Lala Albert — Lando — Leon Sadler — Matthew Lock— Noel Freibert — Olivier Schrauwen — Robert Beatty — Sam Alden — Sammy Harkham — Simon Hanselmann — Stefan Sadler — Viktor Hachmang & Yuichi Yokoyama. Then head over to the original Kickstarter site for the project, where you can feast your eyes on plenty of preview art and further details. ADDED BONUS: Each copy of Mould Map 3 comes packaged together with 3 large posters and 3 prints.
(original release: December 2013)
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