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100 Watercolors By Alec Longstreth
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From 2008-2015 Alec Longstreth painted 100 watercolors using the "100 Themes" challenge. This book reprints all 100 paintings and includes a preface about the 100 Themes, and an appendix... More > with information about the tools and process used to create these paintings.< Less
24x7: A Decade of 24-Hour Comics By Alec Longstreth
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On December 19th, 2001 Alec Longstreth drew his first 24-Hour Comic. The experience was so amazing for him, that Alec vowed to draw one a year for the rest of his life. "24x7" collects... More > six of Alec's best 24-Hour Comics from his first ten years on the job. The seventh 24-Hour Comic is the book itself!< Less
Alec's Animal Alphabet By Alec Longstreth
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In 2007 Alec Longstreth painted one animal for each letter of the alphabet. This book collects all twenty-six of these colorful paintings, along with a page showcasing each letter (in uppercase and... More > lowercase) as well as the name of the animal.< Less
B-Sides: Phase 7 #012-#016 By Alec Longstreth
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This collection reprints five issues of Alec Longstreth's minicomic Phase 7 in their entirety: #012 is a stick figure science fiction story about a college and the barcode system it uses to keep... More > track of its students. #013 reprints a comics essay in which the idea of everyday art is explored throughout art history. #014 is a facsimile of the sketchbook that Longstreth took on his first trip to Europe, for the 2009 Angoulême comics festival in France. It includes an account of his trip and many observational drawings created while traveling. #015 and #016 are comprised of selections from Longstreth's many sketchbooks, starting in 1995 and working up to 2008. Various quick drawings and loose diary comics reveal the cartoonist's struggles with relationships, employment, education and his future. All of these issues were released while Longstreth was focused on drawing his graphic novel Basewood, hence the title "B-Sides."< Less