September 29, 2016

John Darwell 29.09.16 via @caferoyalbooks

1:35 pm in photography,zines dustin hostetler

John Darwell
The Dark River Agecroft — Salford

32 pages
b/w digital
14cm x 20cm
Edition of 150

First 30 orders come with a copy of Paul Herrmann’s Reflections on Dark River. An essay focussing on Darwell’s TDR series, commissioned by Café Royal Books. Subscribers will receive a copy.

September 18, 2016

Sea Of Cortez graphic novel via @johnmurry

5:37 pm in art,comics,zines dustin hostetler


Looks pretty rad! You can pick up a copy here.

September 16, 2016

Hello @shawnax

7:26 pm in art,design dustin hostetler


I am really digging the graphic stylings of Shawna X.

August 9, 2016

Bubbles by @jamesdayphoto

5:18 pm in art,photography dustin hostetler





“Photographer James Day‘s newest series of personal work, Bubbles, focuses on two dancers and their ability to echo flow with their movements. Carl and Paige, the two featured dancers, specialize in a style of street dance called “Bone Breaking”, which is mainly characterized by rhythmic contortionist movements. James photographed them in his London studio.”

July 28, 2016

New from @caferoyalbooks: John Deakin Impossible Accidents

1:55 pm in photography,zines dustin hostetler

John Deakin — Impossible Accidents

John Deakin — Impossible Accidents

Café Royal Books

New publication:

John Deakin
Impossible Accidents

24 pages
14cm x 20cm
colour digital
Edition of 200

July 15, 2016

Panteha Abareshi

2:46 am in art,comics,illustration dustin hostetler


I work almost all in ink, and I do portrait illustration, comics, and other graphic pieces with the common theme of strong WOC, love, gore, tragedy, pain and heartache. My art revolves around depression- and the way that, for me personally, feminism, identifying as a woman, being of color and mental illness tie in together. I make my work as an expression of the emotions, experiences and struggles I face daily with my severe mental illness (Depression and anxiety), and also aim to counter the societal expectations for romance and sexuality that are placed on females and female-identifiers. My art is very much so a reflection of my own personal struggles, but also heavily reflects my views on how society stigmatizes mental illness, and pressures identifiers into over-valuing romance.


Best Day Ever

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