Minchō es un lujo de publicación si lo que te gusta es la ilustración. Además se edita en España y nos encanta! Aquí podrás encontrar la mejor selección de artistas y los últimos y mas destacados trabajos de cine de animación, cómic, estampación, serigrafía, libros para niños, videojuegos y todo aquello que este dibujado de uno u otro modo.
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Hi! We’re Minchō, a three-month magazine released with the aim of spreading the latest trends in illustration and to promote the personal projects of those artists lying behind the masterpieces of animated cinema, comic, poster art, typography, video games, children’s books… and who have created the most significant icons of our time.
Minchō is an exchange of glances between critics and artists about the brief but intense history of contemporary graphic expression.
We love the papery smell of a good book or a sleek magazine and that’s why we want to give you access to this world we’re passionate for in a superb print edition.
Mincho #10 celebrates the feminine condition and art as a space to reveal oneself, to protest and to create, as a powerful form of communication which transcends rules to address the viewer directly, and especially through personal confession.
The Indian astronaut Kalpana Chawla (1961-2003) and the last monarch of Hawaii, Lili’uokalani (1838-1917), have inspired our cover illustrations by Maria Herreros, doing a time jump that alludes to oblivion. This has also inspired us to include in this issue authors who helped to pave the way in so-called Herstory, like the activists Guerrilla Girls and the female pioneers of the underground comic in the US. This issue is also a tribute to women, regardless of the gender they were born with nor who they love. The sections In Motion and Have a Nice Book bring together short films and children’s books which celebrate diversity.
Powerfull women like Carla Berrocal, PowerPaola, Sarah Haug, Camille Vannier, Claire Milbrath, Rachel L. Hodgson and the Mexican studio Flaminguettes, and the stories that accompany them, have woven an issue filled with freeing and nonconformist creativity, a defence of the difference, small histories, confessional moods and honesty which may end up being necessarily uncomfortable.
Setting the Mood… “The Transvestite”, written by Camila Bordamalo and illustrated byCarla Berrocal
Illustration: Maria Herreros // Life under the sea (Sarah Haug, Rachel L. Hodgson, Camille Vannier and Claire Milbrath)
In Motion: Happy my Way. Animating Diversity
Comic: Power Paola // I’m not the Girl Your are looking for. Comix Made by Women (Trina Robbinbs, Roberta Gregory, Mary Fleener, Carol Lay, Aline Kominsky, Phoebe Gloeckner…)
Art + Design: Flaminguettes
The New Contemporary: Guerrilla Girls
Have a Nice Book: Children’s Literature Isn’t Normal! (Yasmeen Ismail, Olga de Dios, Laure Du Faÿ…)
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