"Everything Takes Forever" by Victor Kerlow
Manhattan-born and based Victor Kerlow’s Everything Takes Forever, is a collection of the cartoonist and illustrator’s ink-and-wash comics that blur the quotidian with the absurd. In Kerlow’s world tacos and toast have bodies and smoke, tiny men who can no longer copulate or consume sandwiches deal with existential angst, and dream logic pervades.
Kerlow has worked with a diverse range of clients including The New Yorker, The New York Times, Fantagraphics, MTV, IFC Films, Random House, The Believer, Bloomberg, and many more. Kerlow also draws weekly illustrations for The Metro Diary in The New York Times.
Published by Koyama Press
8" x 10", 60 pages, $10
Full-color cover with b+w interior. Perfect-bound GN