From the flat files: the Korean edition of Mother, Come Home (with and without paper band).
THE ROBOT WALKS ON…
I’m honored that my little existential robot story, “We Were Not Made for This World” (first published in Project Telstar by AdHouse, later collected in Let Us Be Perfectly Clear by Fantagraphics) is being made into a film. All the shots that director Colin West McDonald has sent me so far have me itching to see the final footage…
Read more about the project on The Robot Scriptures’ site.
New Yorkers! See you at Strand tomorrow, 7pm! We’ll have a chit chat, then I’ll draw your face.
"[Hornschemeier’s] art encompass[es] many different styles, from richly layered classical surrealism to densely structured and primary color-heavy McSweeney’s-style illustrations. But taken together, the work exhibits an instantly recognizable and distinctive panache." – Publishers Weekly
"Hornschemeier’s style is every style. …a formidable creative." – Byron Kerman, PLAYBACK:stl
"Paul avoids the hammering sentimentality and labored connect-all-the-dots obviousness of too much contemporary work, in any media." – Jonathan Lethem
112-page full-color 6” x 6.5” hardcover • $19.99
Due to arrive in about 2-4 weeks. Click the thumbnails for larger versions; get more info, see more previews and pre-order your copy here:
Check out a sneak peek of the upcoming ArtistsAuthorsThinkersDirectors. If you want to use the above (modification of the endpapers from the book) as wallpaper, have at it. Or download the pattern and make your own tiling.
Daily drawings by Paul Hornschemeier