Check out the Indiegogo campaign for Pulp Atlas!  Maybe throw a few dollars at us and support the production and exhibition of artist books and zines!

Pulp Atlas has launched an Indiegogo campaign! Go check it out and help us raise a few dollars to produce and exhibit artist books and zines!


The first PULP ATLAS exhibition of artist books and zines will happen at the Free Library of Philadelphia!  Check it out from September 29th to November 23rd!

Exhibition organized by J. Pascoe.

Sidewall, in the Bloomfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh, is hosting this piece I made for the month of September.  If you’re in the city go check it out!

Image includes two of my favorite things: my family and outer space.  Pictured, from left to right and starting at the top, Nikos, Anna, Basilis, Lambro, Theofilos, and Spiro during a family trip back to the village of Granitsa way back when.  All my dad’s siblings except Themis (next time, Themis, I promise you’ll be in).  So excited to have been able to put this up with the help of a my cousins Petros and George.  

My dad was initially confused.  But I think he likes it now. 

One of these two images would make a fine mural for Pittsburgh as part of the sidewall project, right?

My dad and all his siblings, minus one, (Sorry, Themis) at their childhood home near Granitsa.


Guy at the Printshop: “These guys look kinda tough, man.  Like, I wouldn’t wanna mess with them…”

So.  The Kardambikis Family: Kinda Tough.


Perspectiva Corporum Regularium
, Wenzel Jamnitzer, 1568.

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More book shopping in Paris!  Picked up this pocket edition of L’Incal III: Ce Qui Est En Bas by Jodorowsky and Moebius.

The book is beautiful.  This edition was published in 1989.

I’m currently in Paris and had the chance to stop by a few French comic book shops the other day.  One purchase I made and am very excited about:

Barbarella by Jean-Claude Forest published in this pocket sized edition in 1974 by Le Terrain Vague.

If you know anything about me and my near-obsession with Barbarella you could probably imagine me exclaiming “WOAH!” in the middle of this tiny shop as I saw this book on the shelf. 


Matt L. Roher talks to Kevin Killian about “TWEAKY VILLAGE” and his ongoing TAGGED project over at HTMLGiant.

Pick up “TWEAKY VILLAGE” here.

It was so wonderful working with Kevin on TAGGED for Gravity and Trajectory.  And always good to see the project continuing!  Go read about Kevin’s new book, TWEAKY VILLAGE, at HTMLGiant.

Just saw that my Book-A-Month project has popped up on Printeresting!


Plate V. Total solar eclipse, July 29th, 1878. Published in 1887.


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Check out Vanessa Roveto’s short on Funny or Die!


Strikingly bizarre concept art by Chris Foss for Alejandro Jodorowsky’s abandoned Dune adaptation

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