| Tuesday May 31st 2016

Lynd Ward’s wordless, Depression-era woodcut novels

Lynd Ward book

Library of America has announced a slipcased two-volume set collecting Lynd Ward’s gorgeous, Depression-era woodcut “novels” – wordless, book-length stories told in stark imagery. The set is edited by Art Spiegelman, and LoA has a short interview (.PDF) with Spiegelman on Ward’s work.

See LoA’s Lynd Ward page for more info on the books (with visuals) or pre-order a copy at Amazon.

Lynd Ward: Six Novels in Woodcuts

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One Response to “Lynd Ward’s wordless, Depression-era woodcut novels”

  1. Grafik says:

    I know that C64 is the best graphics device…

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