Author Archives: kevincpyle

World War 3 illustrated #47 Climate Chaos

Release Party! Tuesday November 29, 7-10 PM Max Fish 120 Orchard St, New York, New York 10002 Release party for CLIMATE CHAOS, the new issue of WW3 illustrated. presentations by Peter Kuper, James Romberger, Sabrina Jones, Seth Tobocman, Meg Lemieur, Steve Brodner, Jeff Wilson, Steve Wishnia, Mac McGill, Ganzeer, Rebecca Migdal, Andy Laties, Eric Blitz, […]

The Last Boat at Lewis Center for the Arts

The culminating event for my Atelier class at Princeton is May 5th. You can get tickets (here) It’s been quite an experience, waking up the fallow art installation part of my brain. Also, it’s been a fascinating combining my drawings with actual, real moving people! The rundown: Students from the spring Princeton Atelier course “Waking […]

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Bank Street Books for Banned Book Week

My Bad For You co-author, Scott Cunningham and I will be at Bank Street Books with some of the contributing youth to the latest issue of World War 3 illustrated. We’ll do live readings of some of the projected pages followed by a discussion. September 29, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Bank Street Book Store […]

Weekend workshops at NJ SCBWI

That’s the New Jersey Society of Children’s Book Writer’s and Illustrators. I’ll be doing a workshop on the fundamental visual-storytelling tools of comics on Saturday and drawing inspiration from themes on Sunday.

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No Future

This graphic essay will run in the next issue of World War 3 illustrated but here’s a look at it now. It’s part of a series of work I’m doing around the intersection of art and mortality (lots of laughs to come!!) The lyrics are all gleaned from punk rock I listened to at roughly […]

MOCCA Art Fest 2015

I’ll be at table 214 on the second floor at MOCCA artfest this weekend. I’ll have lots of copies of “Bad For You” and all my other books as well as very affordable copies of the full color activist comic “Worker Justice Illustrated.” Come on by!

Comics and the Greek Myths

One of the richest subjects to support with comics is the Greek Myths. Administrators and teachers love the western civilization angle and students love the monsters, magic powers, romance and violence. Over the last year I conducted half a dozen workshops on comics and the greek myths. Here are some images: