To say that Luke Pearson's Everything We Miss is heartbreakingly beautiful would be an almost-apt description but still an understatement. Since stumbling across his deviantart gallery in 2009 I’ve been an admirer of his work, but always balked at the price of Nobrow’s offerings.
During a recent work trip to New York I made my way over from Jamaica, Queens to Desert Island, which sits near the corner of Metropolitan and Union in Brooklyn.
I picked up Jack Teagle’s Fight!, Jeffrey Brown’s Feeble Attempts, and Luke Pearson’s Everything We Miss.
Everything weighs in at 38 pages, and the first run of hardcovers was limited at 3000. It’s a hefty $20 but its contents will invade and not easily leave your thoughts. The tricolor printing gives it a very distinct look without distracting from the narrative being woven quickly and carefully by a very young yet adept storyteller.
Have you ever wondered what goes on in your life when you’re looking the other way? Perhaps you’re so drawn into what’s going on with you that you fail to notice the events taking place to your periphery—or even right under your nose? In Everything We Miss, Luke Pearson explores the dying days of a failing relationship through the infinitesimal unseen moments that surround it—and us.
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