Known for his expressive, skater-punk, urban landscape drawings that combine image and text in an irreverent, angst-ridden, deliberately pathetic sort of way, Chris Johanson takes over where Raymond Pettibon leaves off. Less angry and witty than his predecessor, Johanson scribbles colorful, dead-on portraits of street culture and the yuppies, hippies, hipsters, losers, and drunkards who inhabit it. Essay by Aaron Rose. Paperback, 7 × 7 in./60 pgs / 43 color, 1 b&w and 7 duotones.
Paperback: 60 pages
Publisher: Deitch Projects (June 15, 2004)