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Hang Dai at MoCCA 2016

Authors from Hang Dai Editions will be exhibiting and selling signature works, new and old, at table A112 at the MoCCA Arts Festival 2016, from April 2nd – April 3rd, 11am – 6pm at Metropolitan West on W 46th street … Continue reading

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Dec. 16th: Hangin’ with HANG DAI EDITIONS’ Benton, Haspiel & Neufeld at Society of Illustrators

It’s a big year for Gowanus-based Hang Dai Studios. With the release of Dean Haspiel’s Beef With Tomato, Gregory Benton’s Smoke, and the late Seth Kushner’s Schmuck, the studio is poised to become a major player in the world of … Continue reading

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Hang Dai & Jennifer Hayden at BookCourt, 12/3

(Haspiel & Benton photographed by the late Seth Kushner) This Thursday (Dec. 3rd) @7pm sharp, please come see Dean Haspiel, Gregory Benton & Jennifer Hayden perform & sign their latest graphic novels (Beef With Tomato, Smoke, The Story of My … Continue reading

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Hyperallergic examines BEEF WITH TOMATO

Dominic Umile examined Dean Haspiel’s BEEF WITH TOMATO graphic novel for Hyperallergic. Excerpt: “Alongside spotless figure drawing and a penchant for crisp cityscape detail, Beef with Tomato’s pages are loaded with observation and thoughtful reflection. And even if we’re just … Continue reading

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The Brooklyn Paper interviews Dean Haspiel about BEEF WITH TOMATO

Colin Mixson interviewed Dean Haspiel about his graphic novel, BEEF WITH TOMATO, for The Brooklyn Paper in the article “Escape from Manhattan! Carroll Gardens cartoonist draws tale of finding a home in Brooklyn.” Photographs by Stefano Giovannini. Big Ups to Bill Roundy. Excerpts: … Continue reading

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Broken Frontier reviews BEEF WITH TOMATO

Excerpts: “Haspiel wears his feelings for his city on his sleeve without apology or illusion. He loves the place, warts and all, unable to deny its deep, lasting impact on his development as an artist and his maturation into the … Continue reading

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An evening with HANG DAI Editions at Greenlight Bookstore

Thursday, October 22, 7:30 PM An Evening with HANG DAI Editions Moderated by Josh Neufeld Beef with Tomato by Dean Haspiel Smoke by Gregory Benton Schmuck by Seth Kushner Visual presentation and discussion Greenlight Bookstore 686 Fulton street, Brooklyn, NY … Continue reading

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