Gregory Gallant "Seth"

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Miniature Cardboard Dominion City Buildings by the Canadian cartoonist Seth: Fish & Chips. Cardboard City, Architectural Sculpture, Model Train Layouts, Toddler Play, Fish And Chips, City Buildings, Paper Toys, Building Ideas, Model Trains

Miniature Cardboard Dominion City Buildings by the Canadian cartoonist Seth: Fish & Chips.

40 Incredible Examples Of Cardboard City Art - Bored Art Cardboard City, Cardboard Recycling, Cardboard Crafts, Paper Crafts, Cardboard Boxes, Comics Illustration, Illustrations, Recycle City, Clay Christmas Decorations

Fictional Canadian town of Dominion, home of character George Sprott, created by the cartoonist Seth (Gregory Gallant). Modeled in cardboard, ink, and paint, these models help flesh out the graphically illustrated world Seth imagines for his stories then translates into ink with fantastic brushwork.

It's a Good Life, If You Don't Weaken by Seth. One of the notable works in the autobiographical graphic novel trend, by Canadian artist Seth. The New Yorker, Graphic Novel Art, Bd Comics, Illustrations, Illustration Art, Life Is Good, Images, Fiction, Old Things

Het leven is een geschenk, maar je krijgt het niet cadeau, Seth | 9789054921134 | Boeken

Het Leven Is Een Geschenk, Maar Je Krijgt Het Niet Cadeau - by Seth (Gregory Gallant) - 2004 Ed. Oog&Blik/De Harmonie

The Canadian graphic artist Seth (aka Gregory Gallant), has teamed up with the very hot Windsor, ON-based publisher Biblioasis, to produce a series of illustrated Victorian ghost stories, many of which have not been seen since the late and early century. Enid Blyton, Mad Magazine, Ghost Stories, Art Of Living, Heroines, Book Series, Windsor, New Books, Illustrators

Seth and Biblioasis go ghostly with spooky new book series

The Canadian graphic artist Seth (aka Gregory Gallant), has teamed up with the very hot Windsor, ON-based publisher Biblioasis, to produce a series of…

Seth - The New Yorker - Monday, August 2004 - Issue # 4086 - Vol. 80 - N° 23 - Cover “Dream Vacation” Gregory Gallant New Yorker Covers, The New Yorker, Vintage Magazines, Editorial Design, Dream Vacations, Cover Art, Vintage Outfits, Illustration Art, Cartoon

The New Yorker - Monday, August 23, 2004 - Issue # 4086 - Vol. 80 - N° 23 - Cover “Dream Vacation” by "Seth" - Gregory Gallant

The Crib Sheet: Pamphlets and Graphic Novels: Seth's Clyde Fans (A Case Study) - Coda Design Comics, Rule Of Thirds, Old Comics, Comic Page, Graphic Art, Graphic Novels, Case Study, Paper Art, Cartoon

The Crib Sheet

Seth was interviewed in 2006 for the POV website. Here's what he said at the time: Seth: I am plowing ahead with the second part of my book Clyde Fans. I hope to have a good chunk of it done by the end of this year and the whole book hopefully finished up in another year after that (with luck). Eight years later it is safe to say that we were out of luck in 2007. We're still out of luck in 2014. A graphic novel that's a work in progress for the last seventeen years (and counting) may present…

Seth (Gregory Gallant) - portrait by Antony Hare Andrew Hunter, Hare, Illustrations, Comics, Portrait, Headshot Photography, Bunny, Illustration, Portrait Paintings

Seth

On January 31, 2010, Canadian cartoonist Gregory Gallant (aka Seth), who himself hails from Clinton, Ontario, visited Lontario to converse with curator Andrew Hunter at Museum London. It was excellent. Larger on Siteway: www.siteway.com/2010/02/17/seth-comes-to-lontario/

Clyde Fans - by Seth (Gregory Gallant) Old Comics, Comic Page, Case Study, Illustrators, Witch, Novels, Fans, Layout, Artists

Pamphlets and Graphic Novels: Seth's Clyde Fans (A Case Study) - Coda

Clyde Fans p.44 - by Seth (Gregory Gallant)

Seth, Lord of Ancient Books Comic Book Artists, Comic Books, Ligne Claire, Cartoon Art, Comic Art, Illustrators, Books To Read, Indie, Animation

Illustration: Comic book king Seth's work is now on show in all its glory

Gregory Gallant, aka Seth, has an almost mythical status in the minds of comic book aficionados. The Canadian cartoonist has been creating comic books since well before I started eating school dinners, and his strong and very recognisable style harks back to the illustration of years gone by. He's best known for the excellent series _Palookaville_ and his mock-autobiographical graphic novel _It's a Good Life, If You Don't Weaken_ which is the focus of the new exhibition at New York's Adam…

The New Yorker, place for best fashion cover The Skinny on Fashion by Seth.,se parecen a la familia Burron The New Yorker, New Yorker Covers, Magazine Art, Magazine Covers, Ligne Claire, Illustrations And Posters, Vintage Illustrations, Thing 1, Vintage Posters

The New Yorker - Monday, March 20, 2006 - Issue # 4159 - Vol. 82 - N° 5 - « The Style Issue » - Cover “The Skinny on Fashion” by "Seth" - Gregory Gallant

“There’s a lot of mid-century imagery that has that official, boring quality that I find really appealing,” he says. “It seems to speak of a world that couldn’t possibly have existed, and yet it’s real. Chris Ware, Make Art, A Comics, Art And Architecture, Digital Illustration, Graphic Art, Life Is Good, Novels, Mid Century

Making art out of drabness: The work of the cartoonist Seth

Canadian cartoonist Seth is attracted to dull and boring mid-century imagery that he feels is otherwordly

(Untitled) Fish and Chips / by Gregory Gallant Character Illustration, Illustration Art, Its Nice That, Illustrators, Life Is Good, Pop Art, Novels, Character Design, Artsy

Illustration: Comic book king Seth's work is now on show in all its glory

Gregory Gallant, aka Seth, has an almost mythical status in the minds of comic book aficionados. The Canadian cartoonist has been creating comic books since well before I started eating school dinners, and his strong and very recognisable style harks back to the illustration of years gone by. He's best known for the excellent series _Palookaville_ and his mock-autobiographical graphic novel _It's a Good Life, If You Don't Weaken_ which is the focus of the new exhibition at New York's Adam…