Visiting Artist: Ariel Bordeaux
|November 1, 2013|
|November 9, 2013|
Ariel Bordeaux is a graduate of The Center for Cartoon Studies. She is the author of No Love Lost, a graphic novella published by Drawn & Quarterly, and Raisin Pie, co-authored with her husband, Rick Altergott, published by Fantagraphics. All five issues of her self-published mini comic series, Deep Girl, were recently republished by PaperRocket mini-comics.
Original Art on Exhibit
CCS Gallery, Colodny Building, 94 South Main Street
Pick up a copy of Deep Girl at Comic Arts Brooklyn, November 9
Tags: Ariel Bordeaux, CCS, Comics, Deep Girl, Fantagraphics, PaperRocket, Raisin Pie, Robyn Chapman
Bordeaux Goes Deep
Bordeaux fans, rejoice! All five issues of CCS class of ’12 alumna Ariel Bordeaux’s unflinchingly autobiographical minicomic, “Deep Girl” will be republished this March in a limited edition collection by Paper Rocket Minicomics. Long out of print, Bordeaux’s “Deep Girl” addresses sex, self-esteem, and body issues with the kind of raw, fiercely funny introspection the mid-nineties’ minicomics pioneers were known and loved for. Paper Rocket Minicomics will release the collected issues in a 128-page hand-bound volume with a screen-printed cover and jacket. A book signing and release party, co-hosted by Ariel Bordeaux and Paper Rocket proprietor Robyn Chapman, will take place on March 1st at Desert Island in Brooklyn.
Tags: Ariel Bordeaux, Deep Girl, Desert Island, Paper Rocket Minicomics, Robyn Chapman