November is typically a time for chilly weather, but things are going to be heating up in Brooklyn! Nobrow is thrilled to be exhibiting at this year’s Comic Arts Brooklyn (or “CAB” for those who appreciate a good ‘breev), and we’re ready to fan the flames of one of the hottest shows on the East Coast with our latest titles and our modern classics.
We’ll have amazing new books like Jamie Coe’s Art Schooled, Corinne Maier and Anne Simon’s Marx, and Dustin Harbin’s Behold! The Dinosaurs!, as well as a special appearance from our friend Roman Muradov, who’ll be signing copies of his latest, (In a Sense) Lost and Found.
Nobrow’s also got a special treat for all those in attendance: a new issue of Desert Island’s popular Smoke Signal anthology edited by Alex Spiro, co-founder of Nobrow! The new issue features work from great Nobrow artists like Jon McNaught, Luke Pearson, Bianca Bagnarelli, Jamie Coe, Jesse Moynihan, Ben Newman, and many others, plus a collaboration featuring living legends Gary Panter and Charles Burns as well as comics from some of our other favorite cartoonists. Even better, it won’t cost you a cent! All copies of Smoke Signal are FREE for attendees, so make sure to pick one up at the door to get you started!
It’s going to be a great show and a lot of fun, so be sure to head over to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church in Williamsburg on Saturday, November 8th to get in on the excitement with your friends at Nobrow!