The art of Louise Jarmilowicz is the guidebook to an uncharted city of dreams, an enigmatic landscape where the esoteric and the ordinary mingle at the intersection of Arcane & Mundane. A world of lost innocence and forbidden knowledge, where Eros and Thanatos do a slow waltz to the sound of Esquivel, and Past, Present and Future are having a ménage à trois in the Uncanny Valley. These are scenic postcards from our unconcious interior landscape, as familiar as your nightmares, as mythic as a family reunion.
What The Children Saw is a collection of remarkable collages by Louise Jarmilowicz. Once known only to serious students of the occult, these uncanny and provocative images are now available to all. Warning: once seen, you can never unlearn the shocking knowledge contained therein! These images will change your life!
It was 1970, and Wes Jenkins went off to discover America, one random car ride at a time. Filled with a burning desire to explore the ideals of Woodstock Nation, experience the great bounty of diversity and freedom America has to offer, and maybe meet girls, Wes needed Truth, Justice and the American Way. Which is why, armed only with his thumb and a trusting disposition,he walked away from his aimless college existence, and hitchhiked from New York to Los Angeles. NY2LA is the epic true story of his journey through the American Heartland of the 70’s…the Golden Age of American Hitchhiking!
Lee Binswanger, author of Canned Blondes, the new cartoon collection to be published by Puzzled Squirrel in October, is a cartoonist and illustrator whose work has been published in Drawn & Quarterly, The National Lampoon, Rip Off Press, Young Lust, Wimmin’s Comix, and other publications. An abstract painter when not working on comics, she lives in San Francisco.