March 13, 2009
A few of my drawings (illustrating some key moments in the history of eye glasses) will be on view at at the Hey, 4-Eyes! show at the CCS gallery in White River Junction, Vermont. Here's the full details:
A Glasses-Themed Gallery Show
The Center for Cartoon Studies
94 South Main Street
White River Junction, Vermont
Saturday March 21, 11am-5pm
Saturday March 28, 11am-5pm
First Friday Event April 3, 6pm
The Center for Cartoon Studies is proud to present an exhibition of artwork from Hey, 4-Eyes!, the world’s most popular zine about eyeglasses. CCS will showcase original work by acclaimed artists Jason Lutes (Berlin), Sarah Oleksyk (Ivy), Jim Medway (Shorty Loves Wing Wong), Joseph Lambert (Turtle, Keep it Steady), and many more.
Hey, 4-Eyes! is a self-published journal (otherwise known as a “zine”) dedicated to eyeglasses. Filled with original comics, interviews, history, and keen observations, Hey, 4-Eyes! celebrates the continuing evolution of the accessory you can’t live without.
Please join editor/publisher Robyn Chapman as she debuts the third issue of Hey, Four-Eyes! in conjunction with White River Junction’s First Friday on April 3. This event will include book signings, live readings, and educational slide shows.
The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS) is America's premiere cartooning school and studio located in the historic village of White River Junction, Vermont. Faculty and visiting artists include many of today's most celebrated cartoonists. CCS has received national acclaim for its work and prominent mention in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, and scores of other publications. For more information, visit http://www.cartoonstudies.org/
Posted by tomk at March 13, 2009 12:30 AM
i am a career optician,working and living in washington,dc. where can i get copies of your 'zine ?
Posted by: angelo vaughn at April 9, 2009 09:17 AM
Actually the Zine is created by Robyn Chapman. Back issues can be ordered here: http://www.un-pop.com/comix.html
Posted by: Tom K at April 9, 2009 10:41 AM