Anders Nilsen

Günther Anders, "Il mondo dopo l'uomo. Tecnica e violenza"  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at Aug. 25, 2016
Günther Anders, "Il mondo dopo l'uomo. Tecnica e violenza"

Günther Anders, "Il mondo dopo l'uomo. Tecnica e violenza"
Mimesis | 2008 | ISBN: 8884836484 | Italian | PDF | 98 pages | 0.2 Mb

In questo libro Günther Anders, uno dei più significativi pensatori del Novecento, pone il lettore di fronte ad un'evidenza: con l'avanzamento della tecnica l'uomo sta mettendo in pericolo la sua esistenza. Anzi, lo ha già fatto attraverso i tragici avvenimenti delle guerre mondiali, della guerra in Vietnam e dello sgancio della bomba atomica. Se l'uomo, peccando di un ingenuo antropocentrismo, credeva di poter dominare la natura attraverso la tecnica, ora la situazione è rovesciata. …

MOME Vol. 08 - Summer 2007 (2007)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Aug. 5, 2016
MOME Vol. 08 - Summer 2007 (2007)

MOME Vol. 08 - Summer 2007 (2007)
English | CBR | 122 pages | HD | 125.45 MB

This accessible, reasonably priced, quarterly anthology runs approximately 120 pages per volume and spotlights a cast of a dozen of today's most exciting cartoonists. Mome is quickly earning a reputation as one of the premier literary anthologies on the market, and the only one comprised entirely of comics. Hightlights of the seventh and eighth volumes include: the concluding chapters of Lewis Trondheim's "At Loose Ends," an autobiographical diary comic that portrays the acclaimed French cartoonist at a crossroads in his life and work; the Momedebuts of Eleanor Davis, Tom Kaczynski and T. Edward Bak; contributions from Momeregulars such as 2006 Eisner Award Most Promising Newcomer nominees Jonathan Bennett and R.Kikuo Johnson, as well as Tim Hensley, David Heatley, Paul Hornschemeier, Anders Nilsen, Sophie Crumb, Kurt Wolfgang, Andrice Arp, Martin Cendreda, Zak Sally and Gabrielle Bell.

MOME Vol. 07 - Spring 2007 (2007)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Aug. 5, 2016
MOME Vol. 07 - Spring 2007 (2007)

MOME Vol. 07 - Spring 2007 (2007)
English | CBR | 105 pages | HD | 90.89 MB

This accessible, reasonably priced, quarterly anthology runs approximately 120 pages per volume and spotlights a cast of a dozen of today's most exciting cartoonists. Mome is quickly earning a reputation as one of the premier literary anthologies on the market, and the only one comprised entirely of comics. Hightlights of the seventh and eighth volumes include: the concluding chapters of Lewis Trondheim's "At Loose Ends," an autobiographical diary comic that portrays the acclaimed French cartoonist at a crossroads in his life and work; the Momedebuts of Eleanor Davis, Tom Kaczynski and T. Edward Bak; contributions from Momeregulars such as 2006 Eisner Award Most Promising Newcomer nominees Jonathan Bennett and R.Kikuo Johnson, as well as Tim Hensley, David Heatley, Paul Hornschemeier, Anders Nilsen, Sophie Crumb, Kurt Wolfgang, Andrice Arp, Martin Cendreda, Zak Sally and Gabrielle Bell.

MOME Vol. 06 - Winter 2007 (2006)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Aug. 5, 2016
MOME Vol. 06 - Winter 2007 (2006)

MOME Vol. 06 - Winter 2007 (2006)
English | CBR | 122 pages | HD | 144.44 MB

This acclaimed, reasonably priced, quarterly anthology runs approximately 120 pages per volume and spotlights a regular cast of a dozen of today's most exciting cartoonists. Mome is quickly earning a reputation as the premiere literary anthology in comics. Think of something like The Believer or Granta—especially in regard to iconic design, format, and content—but with comics. Featuring new comics by Andrice Arp, Gabrielle Bell, Jonathan Bennett, Jeffrey Brown, Martin Cendreda, Sophie Crumb, David Heatley, Tim Hensley, Paul Hornschemeier, Anders Nilsen, Zak Sally, and Kurt Wolfgang.

MOME Vol. 05 - Fall 2006 (2006)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Aug. 2, 2016
MOME Vol. 05 - Fall 2006 (2006)

MOME Vol. 05 - Fall 2006 (2006)
English | CBR | 114 pages | HD | 118.57 MB

The fifth volume of Mome includes the following: Tim Hensley (Weird Tales of the Ramones) returns for the first time since the third volume with the first-installment of his first book-length story, titled "Gropius," which tells the story of teen millionaire Wally Gropius, who will be disinherited unless he marries the saddest girl on earth; Martin Cendreda depicts a mostly wordless, surreal adventure starring three peculiar musicians, and what happens when they get together to make music; Kurt Wolfgang delivers "Nothing Eve.," a story about the day before the end of the world; David Heatley (Deadpan, McSweeney's) contributes several short "portrait comics"; Paul Hornschemeier continues "Life with Mr. Dangerous," a full-color narrative about a young woman who struggles to define a life outside of the example her mother provides, spending far too much time watching a cartoon called "Mr. Dangerous"; Andrice Arp (Hi-Horse) contributes another retelling of ancient Japanese fairy tales in a lovely two-color format. The issue also features an interview with Anrice Arp, conducted by Gary Groth, and new work by Anders Nilsen (in full-color), Jeffrey Brown (of Clumsy, Big Head!, and McSweeney's fame), Gabrielle Bell (Scheherazade), Jonathan Bennett (Esoteric Tales), and Sophie Crumb (Belly Button Comix).

MOME Vol. 04 - Spring-Summer 2006 (2006)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Aug. 2, 2016
MOME Vol. 04 - Spring-Summer 2006 (2006)

MOME Vol. 04 - Spring-Summer 2006 (2006)
English | CBR | 122 pages | HD | 150.00 MB

The fourth volume of Mome includes the following: R. Kikuo Johnson (Night Fisher) contributes a series of comic strips created for a gallery show in New York City that could be mistaken for a forgotten classic from the Sunday Funnies circa 1935; John Pham's "221 Sycamore Street," an ongoing graphic novel about three very strange people who board in a two-story house, presented in a unique three-color process; Paul Hornschemeier's "Life with Mr. Dangerous," a full-color narrative about a young woman who struggles to define a life outside of the example her mother provides, spending far too much time watching a cartoon called "Mr. Dangerous"; David Heatley (Deadpan, McSweeney's) weaves a surreal, layered graphic novel around the inhabitants of Overpeck, a city he conceived in a dream; and Andrice Arp's (Hi-Horse) retelling of ancient Japanese fairy tales in a lovely two-color format. The issue also features new work by Anders Nilsen (in full-color), Jeffrey Brown (of Clumsy, Big Head!, and McSweeney's fame), Kurt Wolfgang (Where Hats Go), Gabrielle Bell (Scheherazade), Jonathan Bennett (Esoteric Tales), Martin Cendreda (Dang!), Sophie Crumb (Belly Button Comix), and Tim Hensley (Weird Tales of the Ramones).

Dennis Nilsen - Conversations with Britain's most evil serial killer (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by step778 at Feb. 18, 2016
Dennis Nilsen - Conversations with Britain's most evil serial killer (Repost)

Russ Coffey, "Dennis Nilsen - Conversations with Britain's most evil serial killer"
2013 | pages: 181 | ISBN: 1782194592 | EPUB | 3,1 mb
Marina and the Diamonds by Anders Brogaard for Pandora Magazine September 2015

Marina and the Diamonds - Anders Brogaard Photoshoot
7 jpg | up to 1637*2048 | 12.13 Mb
Welsh singer-songwriter

Psychologie Heute Compact No. 42 - Anders leben  Magazines

Posted by T--Rex at Sept. 6, 2015
Psychologie Heute Compact No. 42 - Anders leben

Psychologie Heute Compact No. 42 - Anders leben
True PDF | 4 MB | 100 Pages | German

Big Questions (2011)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at April 7, 2014
Big Questions (2011)

Big Questions (2011)
English | CBR | 597 pages | 609.57 MB

A New York Times Notable Book of 2011, included on Amazon.com, Publishers Weekly, and NPR’S Best Comics lists
Big Questions has roots in classic fables—the birds and snakes have more to say than their human counterparts, and there are hints of the hero’s journey, but here the easy moral that closes most fables is left open and ambiguous. Rather than lending its world meaning, Nilsen’s parable lets the questions wander where they will.