Images from the AND/OR Gallery

November 15th, 2008 · Comments Off on Images from the AND/OR Gallery

AND/OR Gallery Bartholomew of the Scissors Opening Reception

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Comic Book on Wood Showcased In Denver Gallery

October 30th, 2008 · Comments Off on Comic Book on Wood Showcased In Denver Gallery

The new comic book series entirely burned on wood, Bartholomew of the Scissors, has sold out throughout the US in record time. The unique series has captured the attention of media and fans alike, due to its organic approach. For the first time, 44 wood panels that comprise the first two issues of the four […]

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BARTHOLOMEW OF THE SCISSORS ISSUE #1 GETS 2ND PRINTING

October 21st, 2008 · Comments Off on BARTHOLOMEW OF THE SCISSORS ISSUE #1 GETS 2ND PRINTING

BELLINGHAM, WASH. (October 8, 2008) – After the sold out news last week about Bluewater’s latest horror title; BARTHOLOMEW OF THE SCISSORS, Bluewater along with Comic Evolution will be running a 2nd print.   The 2nd printing will feature a brand new cover by artist Daniel Crosier. The book will be available for purchase only […]

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UNIQUE BLUEWATER HORROR TITLE “BARTHOLOMEW OF THE SCISSORS” SELLS OUT

October 8th, 2008 · Comments Off on UNIQUE BLUEWATER HORROR TITLE “BARTHOLOMEW OF THE SCISSORS” SELLS OUT

BELLINGHAM, WASH. (October 8, 2008) – Bluewater Productions announced this week their latest horror title; BARTHOLOMEW OF THE SCISSORS issue #1 has completely sold out. This unique title has a cutting edge style of art – wood burning.   Daniel Crosier produced the art and Chad Helder writes the series. This classic horror tale is described […]

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Bartholomew of the Scissors is a burned, rather than drawn, comic

September 30th, 2008 · Comments Off on Bartholomew of the Scissors is a burned, rather than drawn, comic

Bluewater Productions this week published the first issue of Bartholomew of the Scissors, a new monthly comic by Chad Helder and Daniel Crosier. What makes this comic unique is the artist’s technique: it’s neither drawn or computer-illustrated, but rather wood burned. Artist Daniel Crosier cut 88 pine panels for the four-volume series, explaining “my gallery […]

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