Monograph by Chris Ware
by Chris Ware
Editor: Rizzoli International Publications
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The first and eagerly awaited multi award-winning monograph illustrator and graphic novelist Chris Ware, a chronicle of his influential quarter-century careerWhile illustrator Chris Ware s singular body work are often classified as comic strips, his innovative work challenges genreIf it is written graphic novels, paintings or sculptures, Vaisselle explores universal themes of social isolation, emotional torment, and depression with its mark of self-erasing voiceThe final result is ironic, very empathetic, and identifiable from all walks of life.Ware, like Charles Schulz, Art Spiegelman, and RCrumb, raised the caricature of an art iconThis volume is a personal, massive, never-before-seen being looking at how the artist’s life and works combine, beginning with his diary of family and the influence of their work; his art studies in Austin and Chicago; to his career since the early 1990s to the present dayHe also reflects on the way in which, as a storyteller and builder, close to his obligation to build in three dimensions is nourished in the thought of his innovative narrative art.The book contains a complete collection of his works, many of which unpublished, examples, and is an intimate window in a master comic will surely appeal to fans of art and narration
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