Pictures That Tick Volume 2 Ltd. Ed. HC

Pictures That Tick Volume 2 Ltd. Ed. HC

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FC, 272 pages; Ltd. Ed. HC, 9” x 12”
McKean uses mixed media to take readers on a journey unlike any other: "The Coast Road" follows a desperate wife trying to find her missing husband, whose ghostly image appears in unexpected ways.... "Black Holes," written by an anonymous journalist, concerns the politically sensitive true story of Chinese villagers induced by the government to sell their blood, only to be infected with AIDS through poor medical practice. A myriad of personal tales fill the pages of McKean's latest achievement. * Special edition is limited to 500 copies and signed by multiple-award-winning artist Dave McKean! * Winner of the Victoria and Albert Museum Illustrated Book of the Year award! Praise for Pictures That Tick Volume 1: "Impressive are the wordless stories, rendered in sparse line drawings, that evoke a sustained, dreamlike state and often invoke McKean's favored motif of flight."-Booklist
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McKean uses mixed media to take readers on a journey unlike any other: "The Coast Road" follows a desperate wife trying to find her missing husband, whose ghostly image appears in unexpected ways. "Black Holes," written by an anonymous journalist, concerns the politically sensitive true story of Chinese villagers induced by the government to sell their blood, only to be infected with AIDS through poor medical practice. A myriad of personal tales fill the pages of McKean's latest achievement.

* Special edition is limited to 500 copies and signed by multiple-award-winning artist Dave McKean!

* Winner of the Victoria and Albert Museum Illustrated Book of the Year award!

Praise for Pictures That Tick Volume 1:

"Impressive are the wordless stories, rendered in sparse line drawings, that evoke a sustained, dreamlike state and often invoke McKean's favored motif of flight."-Booklist