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Scott Mendes's Trilogy

Darren Bader

Scott Mendes's Trilogy 

2019, 2021, 2023

English

16.8 × 25.6 cm,

Published by Kodoji Press in collaboration with Archivorum

Darren Bader has concluded his tour but not before completing the Scott Mendes Comic Book Trilogy. The journey began in 2019 with the Biennale premiere of "Scott Mendes's Venice," followed by "Pleonasm" in 2021, and now, in 2023, "Tinar Cadiägo" arrives on ethereal currents. This trilogy, packaged together, is filled with peculiarities, faux advertisements, dubious profundities, and a steadfast belief in visual literature (visual translation by Erica Ohmi). Whether Scott Mendes returns or not, the tour's legacy will endure.

 € 30.00

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Scott Mendes's Venice

Darren Bader

Scott Mendes's Venice 

2021

English

16.8 × 25.6 cm,

Published by Kodoji Press in collaboration with Archivorum

"Scott Mendes's Venice", credited to writer "Moses Hosiery" and artwork by Suite Sixsixteen and Oliven Studio.

The surreal plot features modernist painter Giorgio de Chirico in present-day Venice, experiencing bizarre events like falling downstairs, being washed into the street by a flood wave, and being swallowed by the pavement.

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Scott Mendes's Pleonasm

Darren Bader

Scott Mendes's Pleonasm 

2021

English

16.8 × 25.6 cm,

Published by Kodoji Press in collaboration with Archivorum

Scott Mendes’s Pleonasm by Darren Bader guides readers through surreal landscapes from the future to present-day Manhattan, expertly meshing oddities and reflections with Darren Bader’s distinct storytelling style. 

It’s an alluring concoction of art and narrative that continually pushes the boundaries of visual storytelling

Scott Mendes's Tinar Cadiägo

Darren Bader

Scott Mendes's Tinar Cadiägo

2023

English

16.8 × 25.6 cm,

Published by Kodoji Press in collaboration with Archivorum

Scott Mendes' Tinar Cadiägo by Darren Bader is the culminating volume in Darren Bader's Scott Mendes Comic Book Trilogy, immersing readers in a narrative that oscillates between serene beaches and bustling amphitheatres, enriched by a blend of surrealism and graphic design. 

Bader’s storytelling, described as “bizarre and diverting” by Alexandre Arnault, weaves together themes of identity and human experience in a medium where artistry and narrative converge.

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