Visuals

“The Persistence of Memory,” by Adrian Siordia and Andrew Kaye

Feb 20th, 2009 | By

Presenting: The Defenestrati, a crowd-created Defenestration comic.



“Not The Shark,” by Trebor Nehoc

Feb 20th, 2009 | By

———— Bob Cohen (aka Trebor Nehoc) is a writer living in NYC. His latest book is Scurvy Dogs, Green Water & Gunsmoke: Fifty Years in US Navy Destroyers (Oak Tree, 2008).



“Whatever Works,” by Eddie Grant

Jan 20th, 2009 | By

Presenting: The Defenestrati, a crowd-created Defenestration comic.



“Oompa Loompa,” by Dion Hitchings

Nov 20th, 2008 | By

When describing his art, Dion told us that we could call it childlike, colorful, self-revealing, erotic, funny, and strange. Or we could describe it as having lots of eyes. We like all of those descriptions, but for this particular piece we’re going to leave out the word “erotic,” because honestly, no one wants to think

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“Halloween As Usual,” by Andrew Kaye

Oct 20th, 2008 | By

Presenting: The Defenestrati, a crowd-created Defenestration comic.



“Counting On You”, by Megan Roth

Oct 20th, 2008 | By

___________________ Megan Roth is a writer and cartoonist recently transplanted Miami. Her first book, The Green Guide to Daily Living, will be available from Cliff Road Books and Amazon.com in November, 2008. She sells t-shirts at www.clikfish.com, and plays the piano tipsy and shoeless for a chorus of stuffed snowmen and feline companions on those

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“Beware of God”, by Megan Roth

Sep 20th, 2008 | By

___________________ Megan Roth is a writer and cartoonist recently transplanted Miami. Her first book, The Green Guide to Daily Living, will be available from Cliff Road Books and Amazon.com in November, 2008. She sells t-shirts at www.clikfish.com, and plays the piano tipsy and shoeless for a chorus of stuffed snowmen and feline companions on those

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“Looking for Band”, by Jeff Crouch and Christopher Woods

Sep 20th, 2008 | By

___________________ Jeff Crouch is an internet artist in Grand Prairie, Texas. Google “Jeff Crouch” to see where he has been. Christopher Woods lives in Houston and in Chappell Hill, Texas. It is in the latter place that he hears coyotes cry at night. He doesn’t mind them as much as the occasional skunk that shows

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“Fly Away,” by Andrew Kaye

Sep 20th, 2008 | By

Presenting: The Defenestrati, a crowd-created Defenestration comic.



“Are You the Right Photographer for Me?”, by Jeff Crouch and Christopher Woods

Aug 20th, 2008 | By

___________________ Jeff Crouch is an internet artist in Grand Prairie, Texas. Google “Jeff Crouch” to see where he has been.   Christopher Woods lives in Houston and in Chappell Hill, Texas. It is in the latter place that he hears coyotes cry at night. He doesn’t mind them as much as the occasional skunk that

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