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KRAZY!: The Delirious World of Anime + Comics + Video Games + Art By Bruce Grenville Tim Johnson,

  • Title: KRAZY!: The Delirious World of Anime + Comics + Video Games + Art
  • Author: Bruce Grenville Tim Johnson
  • ISBN: 9781553653547
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Paperback
  • A groundbreaking, international review of comic art, graphic novels, animated cartoons, manga, anime, video games and visual art.The public s appetite for comics, animated cartoons, anime, manga, graphic novels and computer video games is at an all time high Visual pop culture in all its forms now dominates the globe KRAZY is a celebration of the growing significance ofA groundbreaking, international review of comic art, graphic novels, animated cartoons, manga, anime, video games and visual art.The public s appetite for comics, animated cartoons, anime, manga, graphic novels and computer video games is at an all time high Visual pop culture in all its forms now dominates the globe KRAZY is a celebration of the growing significance of this delirious visual culture.Organized into seven sections, one for each art form, the book highlights the greatest works of each genre, as chosen by seven great practitioners The energy and intensity of the images leaps off every page, enhanced by behind the scenes commentary by such heavyweights as Art Spiegelman, Will Wright and Canadian comic book author and illustrator, Seth Other contributors include Tim Johnson, director of Antz and Over the Hedge, Kiyoshi Kusumi, a global authority on manga, and Toshiya Ueno, a highly regarded media theorist and critic Published to accompany a landmark exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery, KRAZY is a dizzying introduction to the art forms that will dominate the new century.This book was published in partnership with the Vancouver Art Gallery.
    KRAZY The Delirious World of Anime Comics Video Games Art A groundbreaking international review of comic art graphic novels animated cartoons manga anime video games and visual art The public s appetite for comics animated cartoons anime manga grap

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    1. Tie in book to a gallery show featuring an array of comics, manga, anime, video games and fine art, all sort of interconnected e.g the fine artists selected are ones influenced by comics, manga etc such as Lichtenstein Only a handful of examples from each artist represented are included, of necessity, I guess, or the book would be considerably longer The show would therefore have been the ideal way to experience this material, especially the film video oriented stuff One gets relatively little s [...]

    2. I came upon this book accidentally when looking for books about Minecraft for the dudes I nanny Amazing book well written, great examples of each artists work, so interesting and inspiring The book discusses the different genres of comic, graphic novel, animated cartoons, computer and video games, anime, manga, and visual art they are connected, where they overlap, how they are defined Each section highlights important and current artists doing work in these genres Completely amazing

    3. The show upon which the book is based has come and gone, but this collection remains and has everything you want in an art book lots of big, colorful, well chosen pictures and informative yet brief descriptions of the artists and their work which is to say, something than a museum caption but considerably less than an academic monograph.Further, there is little pretention For example, the curators made no distinction between commercial and non commercial art, which is commendable.

    4. im pissed i didnt get to see the exhibit at VAG, but im happy it came out in book form its better than nothing my favorite parts Dumbo 105 Toy Story 120 Pac Man 131 Super Mario World 135 The Legend of Zelda 155 Afro Samurai 211

    5. So my non fiction hasn t really been strong This was super awesome to read It talked of so many forms of art with a little description and example That was really cool and it opened my mind to new things I ll definitely be trying things out based on this.

    6. I had fun revisiting my still favourite Vancouver Art Gallery exhibition from 2008 The write ups from Seth and Art Spiegelman are things of beauty.

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