pegacorn press

Publishers We Like: Pegacorn Press!

( June 23, 2014 ) In this installment of Publishers We Like, we interview punk art-freak Caroline Paquita about her publishing company, Pegacorn Press. Pegacorn offers small runs of risograph-printed artist zines by talented weirdos like Sy Wagon, Lale Westvind, Al Burian, and the womanimal-in-charge, Caroline herself. Read the rest.

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Coming Soon: Skinner's Forbidden Activities For Neglected Children

( June 20, 2014 ) Skinner's activity book FORBIDDEN ACTIVITIES FOR NEGLECTED CHILDREN is set to arrive by August. It's so good! And twisted, dark, and hilarious. Comes with a page of full-color stickers and this guarantee by Skinner: "Guaranteed to cultivate creative impulses in kids and other people so they can become artists instead of gas station attendants when they're old enough to be kicked out of the house". Read the rest.

June 2014 Staff Picks

June Staff Picks

( June 18, 2014 ) It's time for the June 2014 edition of Last Gasp's Staff Picks. Jon Longhi says: "It's nice to see that cartoonists are dropping acid again..." Read the rest.

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The Book Of Hugs - Coming Soon

( June 17, 2014 ) A mock-up of Attaboy's upcoming The Book Of Hugs landed on our doorstep today. The Book of Hugs is a hilarious and handy guide to uncomfortable embraces. Read the rest.

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Good-bye Cakeland

( June 17, 2014 ) Scott Hove's Cakeland Gallery in Oakland became an institution beyond installation. If you're in the Bay Area and you haven't seen it yet, quit messing up. This weekend is your last chance because Cakeland is closing. Read the rest.

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