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Encyclopedia > Jeffrey Brown

Jeffrey Brown (born 1975) is a comic book writer and artist born in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He specialises in personal and intimate works detailing moments in relationships. He won an Ignatz award in 2003 in the category of Outstanding Mini-Comic, for I Am Going To Be Small. 1975 (MCMLXXV) was a common year starting on Wednesday (the link is to a full 1975 calendar). ... A comic book is a magazine or book containing the art form of comics. ... Official language(s) None (English, de-facto) Capital Lansing Largest city Detroit Area  Ranked 11th  - Total 265,172 km² / 102,384 sq. ... The Ignatz Awards, named after Ignatz Mouse from George Herrimans landmark comic strip Krazy Kat, are awarded each year at the Small Press Expo (SPX), to recognize outstanding achievement in comics and cartooning. ...


Bibliography

  • Bighead (2004)
  • Clumsy (Re-release, 2005)
  • Unlikely (Re-release, 2005)
  • AEIOU or Any Easy Intimacy (Re-release, 2005)
  • Be A Man (2005)
  • Top Shelf Tales (2004)
  • Minisulk (2005)
  • Conversation #2 with James Kochalka (2005)
  • Every Girl is the End of the World for Me (2006)
  • I Am Going To Be Small (Re-release, 2006)

James Kochalka is a cartoonist and rock musician who was born in 1968 and grew up in Springfield, Vermont. ...

External links

  • Top Shelf Comix - Jeffrey Brown's publisher.
  • The Holy Consumption of Chicago - Regularly updated with work by Jeffrey as well as John Hankiewicz, Paul Hornschemeier and Anders Nilsen.
  • Interview at Baskerville's Syndrome May 2006 Interview.
  • Audio Interview at Crown Commission April 2006 interview.

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Online NewsHour: Redesigned MOMA Reopens in New York -- November 29, 2004 (905 words)
JEFFREY BROWN: The Museum of Modern Art was ten years old in 1939, when it moved to its present location in midtown Manhattan.
JEFFREY BROWN: Everywhere you turn, a familiar icon of modern art-- Van Gogh's "Starry Night" and Cezanne's "Bather," Picasso's radical new perspective in "Demoiselle D'Avignon" from 1907, a whole room full of Matisses, Brancusi sculptures, Mondrian's abstract "Broadway Boogie Woogie" from 1942, and Jackson Pollock.
JEFFREY BROWN: Of course, what was once radical and challenging contemporary art is now firmly of the past; the 20th century seen now through 21st century eyes.
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