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  1. Brume / Amanda Baeza

    Brume by Amanda Baeza
    kuš! mono #2, released 21 February 2017

    Although Amanda Baeza’s drawings seem to come from another world, the comics in Brume are based on real events and real feelings. Her graphic personality is rare – so distinct and at the same time so mutable, and even rarer is the way in which her words and images create original narratives and visual poems.

    Format: A5 (14.8 cm x 21 cm / 6" x 8"), 116 pages, full-color, perfect bound
    Printed in Latvia on FSC certified paper

    Support: Funded by the Direção-Geral do Livro, dos Arquivos e das Bibliotecas/Portugal.

    (P)reviews: Broken Frontier, Small Press Previews

    Get it: Order from our webshop or below for $19.95 (includes worldwide shipping).


  2. The End of a Fence / Roman Muradov

    The End of a Fence by Roman Muradov
    kuš! mono #1, November 2015

    What if we were segregated by compatibility? What if we agreed on everything, from haircuts to philosophy? What if we had no sides to take? What would remain in the middle? Inspired by J.G.Ballard, Ai Weiwei, Jonathan Monk and all the recent horrors in the news. Imagine a community willfully segregated by OkCupidish algorithms… or don’t–Roman Muradov did it for you!

    Roman Muradov is an award-winning author and illustrator from Moscow, Russia, currently living in San Francisco, USA. His clients include The New Yorker, The New York Times, Penguin, Random House, Vogue, Time, GQ, and many others. His first graphic novella, (In A Sense) Lost & Found was published in 2014 by Nobrow Press.

    Format: A6 (4" x 6"), 100 pages, full-color, perfect bound
    Printed in Latvia on FSC certified paper

    Reviews: A.V. Club, The Comics Beat, Art Kunstmagazin, Mental Floss, Wink Books, Sequential State, High-Low, Libraire D+Q, ConSequential

    Get it: Order from our webshop or below for $14.00 (includes worldwide shipping)


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