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D in black and white along with a set of three muted tones ranging from sandy yellow to deep Frank Santoro ePUB sepia and it described the arc of a youthful adventure that took its protagonist Will from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania to Montreal uebec at the opening of the twentieth century Rendered with humor pathos and a gentle graphic flair this story brings Will to terms with himself and his fate It is a spr

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Frank Santoro StoreyvillePDF Epub Frank Santoro Storeyville Author Frank Santoro Citybreakscheapcouk A perfect match of form and content Storeyville was originally published in 1995 as a 40 page tabloid newspaper Now rare it was printed in black and white along with a set of three muted tones ranging A perfect match of form and content Storeyville was originally published in as a page tabloid newspaper Now rare it was printe

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❮PDF / Epub❯ ☃ Frank Santoro Storeyville Author Frank Santoro – Citybreakscheap.co.uk A perfect match of form and content Storeyville was originally published in 1995 as a 40 page tabloid newspaper Now rare it was printed in black and white along with a set of three muted tones rangingAwling story that gives Santoro ample opportunity to showcase his love of drawing through dramatic cityscapes landscapes and seascapes rendered in a uniue combination of pencils inks and grey scale markers Hugely influential on the likes of Chris Ware Seth and many others this long out of print cult work finally gets a proper release with this deluxe new hardcover edition Frank Santoro's work was recently shown at Canada Gallery New Yor

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  • David Schaafsma

    FREE DOC é READER Frank Santoro Storeyville Frank Santoro StoreyvilleOriginally published in 1995 as a 40 page tabloid newspaper this is a subtle understated classic reprinted in its original size with a powerful introduction by Chris Ware whose work is nothing like this but to his credit Ware anticipates our initially not liking its sketchy rushed appearance to show us how the form matches the content perfectly and is ultimately a very moving story Dan Nadel writes an afterward explaining how this subtle comics master admired by comics artists than a wide audience is appropriately honored in this gorgeous book The text adopts a very literary approach making for a kind of turn of the centur


  • Marc Weidenbaum

    FREE DOC é READER Frank Santoro Storeyville Frank Santoro StoreyvilleI read this when it first came out in 1995 as a newsprint standalone when Frank Santoro and his then girlfriend Katie Glicksberg who did the colors and handled production were living in the vaguely defined Tenderloin of San Francisco They had stacks and stacks of it still in their tiny apartment a year later when I moved down from Sacramento to take a new job It says something about the unpredictable path of culture that dozen years later the book had been forgotten then remembered collected by the publisher Picturebox as a lovingly scanned hardcover and later softcover volume with an introduction by Chris Ware It's just a beautiful book a nostalgia rich story mixing matters o


  • Raina

    FREE DOC é READER Frank Santoro Storeyville Frank Santoro StoreyvilleI admire and appreciate this when I'm reading the extra materials and flipping through the pages than when I'm actually reading it panel by panel I get that it's groundbreaking and important I just didn't connect


  • Randy Costanza

    FREE DOC é READER Frank Santoro Storeyville Frank Santoro StoreyvilleOh do I remeber when Frank gave me the newsprint edition Thought he was full of shit but he pulled it off Reminds me of a Neil Young song that was never there


  • Lisa

    FREE DOC é READER Frank Santoro Storeyville Frank Santoro StoreyvilleI appreciated Chris Ware's introduction for setting the historical context of the work but didn't appreciate it much myself I enjoyed the artwork but l


  • Mikey Seamans

    FREE DOC é READER Frank Santoro Storeyville Frank Santoro StoreyvilleI can't even guess how many times I've read Storeyville but it gets better each time It felt a little strange reading it in a hardback format rather than on newsprint but if you don't have this get it


  • Never

    FREE DOC é READER Frank Santoro Storeyville Frank Santoro StoreyvilleI can totally see why this book is so influential in terms of art design layout and all kinds of other things It's a beautiful book that is beautifully created Plotwise it's solid but nothing mind blowing Definitely a recommended read for anyone seriously interested in comics


  • Jason

    FREE DOC é READER Frank Santoro Storeyville Frank Santoro StoreyvilleVery much unimpressed Chris Ware was all about it and I think his stuff is incredible But this? I just don't get it


  • Erika

    FREE DOC é READER Frank Santoro Storeyville Frank Santoro StoreyvilleAn absolutely beautifully drawn book and lovely story about friendship identity and going your own way


  • Kassie

    FREE DOC é READER Frank Santoro Storeyville Frank Santoro StoreyvilleI stumbled across this at the library The artwork is absolutely beautiful but I wanted a little from the story and there were times when I was a little confused But the art is amazing