Mean Girls Club | Ryan Heshka (No Brow)

Mean Girls Club | Ryan Heshka (No Brow)

Regular price €19.00 Sale

Risographed zine (dayglow pink)

17 x 23 cm

24 pages

first edition 

published in London, UK

2015

Mint

 

 

"Ryan Heshka’s new release from Nobrow Press (as part of their wonderful 17 x 23 series) is going to blow your mind."
Boingboing

"The Mean Girls Club is a subversive look at the clichés of Hollywood’s Golden Age wild on a pink tinted acid trip. While it is a quick and light read, this one-shot will make you a lifetime member of the Mean Girls Club."
Previews Indie Edge

"The story is fun. It’s a blast to read […] I would 100% recommend this to people to check out."
Comic Bastards

This bold and beautiful comic is full of sassy club-singing sisters who you don't wanna mess with . . .

Introducing: Pinky, Sweets, Blackie, McQualude, and Wanda. Together they form the Mean Girls Club, a menacing powerhouse of ruthless rebels.

Ryan Heshka creates a subversive comic that re-interprets images of the stereotypical 50's female and gives new and defiant voice to these ladies of leisure.

Based in Vancouver, Ryan Heshka is a self-taught artist and illustrator. His childhood influences of antiquated comics, pin-ups, pulp magazines, sci-fi, natural history, music, and movies persist to this day, and his paintings are full of pop-culture references through the ages. Ryan primarily works in acrylic paint on wood panel, frequently embellishing with cuttings from pulp magazines. Ryan has exhibited extensively across Europe and North America including at Roq la Rue in Seattle and the Jonathan Levine Gallery in New York.

 

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Based in Vancouver, Ryan Heshka is a self-taught artist and illustrator. His childhood influences of antiquated comics, pin-ups, pulp magazines, sci-fi, natural history, music and movies persist to this day, and his paintings are full of pop-culture references through the ages. Ryan primarily works in acrylic paint on wood panel, frequently embellishing with cuttings from pulp magazines. Ryan has exhibited extensively across Europe and North America including at Roq la Rue in Seattle and the Jonathan Levine Gallery in New York.