Peter Shear

What really sends me is artwork containing a spaciousness of address which allows for our looking to become consuming and urgent. In these moments the relationship between object and audience can be truly generative, a p...

James Romberger

Noted painter, comic book artist and writer James Romberger provided the back cover for Sensitive Skin #9, a one-pager entitled "August 1977," more proof that things go around in circles when you drink too much...

Justine Frischmann

"Claritas," a new painting by Justine Frischmann, oil and acrylic on panel, 2012.

Hal Hirshorn

Hal Hirshorn makes 21st century photographs using 19th century materials and methods. Specifically, salt prints, a technique invented by William Henry Fox Talbot in 1841. The intention however is not to recreate period facsi...

R. Crumb

Shortly before his death, Philip K. Dick has what can only be described as a religious experience, which he described in, among other places, his novel Valis. In Weirdo #17, R. Crumb adapted Dick's story. Click the image ...

Ruby Ray

In the 1980s, through the early ’90s, I spent an awful lot of time travelling. Or maybe not travelling so much as running away. I was running away from this guy, this crazy guy who wanted to kill me. Finally, I realize...

Tom McGlynn

The term "social sculpture" is most readily identified with the German conceptual artist Josef Beuys, who has said: “an enlarged understanding of art could work and could break through the borders of isolation which th...

James Romberger

They, a comic written and drawn by James Romberger, from Sensitive Skin Number 8.