THIS EPISODE of The Scene Report with Wendy, revolves around her Jean Jacket, otherwise known as a Denim Coat. Does this sounds boring to you? Fashion is fun, relevant and worth it! So maybe you’re the one with the problem. Everyone just Be Yourself!
Koyama Press » Walter Scott - Wendy
6 ½ x 9, 216 pages, b&w interior, softcover
Finally, Wendy as a book! The collected first two stories, plus a third!
Simply titled “WENDY”, it is a compilation of the first two tales (Wendy and Trendy Wendy) as well as a THIRD, unpublished story, called Cafe Wendy.
Also, there are a couple of universe-expanding panels (but not in the bad way like the re-release of the original Star Wars trilogy).
Published by Koyama Press, who has put out many cool people I like, including Mike Deforge and Julia Wertz.
A greasy drawing on a diner placemat in 2011 has now become a REAL THING with an ISBN #, because of love and support from everyone - so thank you!!!!!
Walter + Wendy
Here is a peek at an ALL NEW 32 page Wendy book - The Wendy Critical Reader. All new stories featuring Wendy, Winona, Screamo, and Useless Urban Person! Featuring texts by Ange Loft and Danielle St-Amour. Published by Art Metropole, risograph/screenprinted by Color Code Printing. A limited signed edition of 150 copies, with a fold-out, double sided poster, and Wendy totebag. It’s going to be launched this week, at the LA Art Book Fair! It’s also available for pre-order. See u in LA!
In this episode of The Scene Report, our heroes go to a Weird Art Dinner, and encounter the deep spiritual undercurrents of the West Coast. Will they gain new insight into the metaphysical possibilities inherent in their creativity - or are they just REALLY STONED?
In this episode of The Scene Report, Wendy seeks a complete spiritual and physical re-alignment! But is she too transparent? Oh no, what if her main spiritual misalignment is that she’s basic?
In this installment of the Scene Report with Wendy, aptly titled “The Slacker Episode”, our hero embarks on a new mode of creative production, which is NONE AT ALL! Or is it? Is there, after all, a type of agonism; a call to action for others - when you are so hungover that you can’t even pay your bus fare? Has Wendy even seen Slacker? Also why is she wearing that hat now.
In this episode of The Scene Report with Wendy, our protagonist lies in bed, paralyzed with nameless dread. Conversely, Winona is pumping iron at the gym, but is she really doing much better? Can you ever actually beat Candy Crush? no.
In this episode of The Scene Report with Wendy, our hero takes some time for reflection. What does Respite look like for urban conceptual people. Who is keeping score at badminton. And is the lake warm enough to swim.
In this month’s issue of Modern Painters, there’s a little Wendy spin-off. We get to witness Wendy’s main collaborator, Winona, as she attempts to get some work done back at her parents house on the rez. They say You Can Never Go Home Again, unless of course, you’re Winona, in which case, you find yourself at home at least once or twice a month.