GG being messy. Faved an article on twitter on why a-list couples fail. I just think that favoriting that after a night of filming with you know who seems a bit sketchy. But you know, I'm just peeking out the trash bin.
My dear and talented friends Anna Rose and Jenny Zych are putting together a doujin-style zine called Strange Paradise, based on Asian horror movies.
I love Junji Ito’s comics, including of course his classic Uzumaki (about a town that becomes fatefully obsessed with the spiral form) so I did a piece based upon the movie adaptation. Wow, that is a bad movie.
Hey guys! I’m taking part in “Strange Paradise”, an Asian horror art zine run by Jenny Zych and Anna Rose! I’m very excited to take part. I submitted my House design from a little while back, as it’s never been printed. Check out the tumblr, it’s filled with great art!
This is my submission for Jenny and Anna’s ‘Strange Paradise’ zine, a zine dedicated to asian horror films!! It was super hard for me to pick a film because there are so many I loved. But I decided to go with a lesser seen film called Exte or Hair Extensions. It’s a really fun, creepy movie. It’s the best Junji Ito movie that isn’t a Junji Ito movie. See it if you have the opportunity!
Cover and insert design of Strange Paradise by Charlie Rubin, a book of photographs that explore the convergence of the actual and the artificial. The book’s offbeat type treatment was foil stamped on a soft cloth cover duplexed to a patterned navy paper and offset with a clashing teal taped spine. The insert materials reference the mundane found objects that appear in Rubin’s photographs.
Designed with Conveyor Editions Interior Design Christina Labey and Charlie Rubin Printed and Bound by Conveyor Arts
the bargain is complete and jean-paul, for all his wishing, has no idea what it is like to be dead, to be frozen and still for months. and so he ignores the way erica moves - the slow, shaky steps she takes, the way she convulses when she reaches, the spasms of her neck when she turns her head. movement must take some getting accustomed to, and he puts it out of his mind to concentrate on the black hair tumbling over her shoulders rather than the crack of her bones, rather than the midnights he knows he can hear her, raspy and choked, calling for jacques when she thinks he’s asleep.