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"UN/SAFE" is the story of The Punk and The Artist, and the line between ~Art~ and basic human compassion. What happens when the two meet?

Inspired by "Rhythm 0," the art piece performed in 1974 by Marina Abramovic, who actually DID this. (The part with the gun? Yeah, we didn't make that up.)


For Debbie.


Rachel Mohr, writer, enjoys long walks on the beach, playing the drums, and violently overthrowing the patriarchy.

Aud Weaverling, penciler and inker, is an organic vegetable of the artistic family. She is delicious and high in both fiber and hopes.

Devin Mohr, colorist, is a freelance web designer who was conceived between too much tequila and a broken condom. She's the Chuck Norris of sperm, okay?

News

May 23rd, 2011, 12:57 pm

samwisethebrave

Back on track

Apologies for the long silence--both Audrey and I have been dealing with illnesses in the family. Unfortunately my family illness turned out much better than hers, I'm sorry to say.

But! We have persevered (and survived the Rapture). Look for an update to UN/SAFE soon.

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May 4th, 2011, 2:51 pm

samwisethebrave

Delay

As you may have noticed, we haven't got the rest of the comic quite finished yet--would you believe that a hoard of computer gnomes chewed through some wires?

No? How about just two gnomes, then?

Update by the end of the week! Gnomes willing...

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April 19th, 2011, 12:43 am

samwisethebrave

Launch!

Hallo hallo! Here is a short webcomic written by me, Rachel Mohr (rachelmariemohr.blogspot.com), and beautifully illustrated by Aud Weaverling and Devin Mohr.

This is only the first half of the webcomic, so please check back around May 1st for the rest of the story!

For those who don't know, this is based on the performance piece called Rhythm 0 by Marina Abramovic. In 1974, Abramovic stood out on a street corner beside a table of various things and a sign that said, well, you've checked out the cover of the comic, right?

The story is basically my reaction to that piece, what I think I would have done if I'd been there. Bear in mind, there WERE people who reacted exactly like this. It was a crazy piece of art, and if you've never checked out Abramovic's work, you should.

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