I watched a lot of cartoons and movies. I draw incessantly and carry a sketchbook everywhere. I work in animation and self-publish my books. There are monsters in the streets, don't wear red. Mad bulls and monsters hate that color. I still watch cartoons.

Saturday, February 03, 2007

Three Trees Make a Forest now available!

A real marvel of a photograph by Alessandro Carloni. He got us three in there just right. I mean look at Tadahiro fitting in the negative space between Enrico and I. Awesome. Thanks again, Ale!

Buy Now!. THE BOOKS ARE SHIPPED! If you are in Socal you can check Nucleus, they took the pre-orders during last year's show with the 3 Flowers. They've been sending those out. If you are a regular at Stuart's you can ask them, too. Thank you to all who came to both shows. None of these things, including the book, would be possible without your support.

David Lopes of Ginko Press sent us our comp copies (thirty each! Thanks, David, for all the help and encouragement). Much conflagration and glee ensues. As is our tradition, we take photos of even the very box the books came in (Geeks!), then unwrap it in stages and then we display them lovelies. Ahhhh!

Online? Check out the sidebar for the book cover icon, this links to the Amazon page featuring this here book. That Tadahiro cover sure does the trick, don't it? Barnes & Noble and Borders online stores have a listing as well. Sigh. I am just so happy to know that there is finally a book of Mr. Uesugi's work out there for all to own. Congratulations all around!

3 Trees at Amazon
Nucleus Gallery
Last Gasp
Super 7
Stuart Ng

Tadahiro Uesugi
Enrico Casarosa

UPDATE: Amazon international, too!
My apologies, but here's more geekery coming at ya. I found the books listed on Amazon international. Awesome! I mean, Amazon Austria! I wonder if we send books to China's Joyo.




Blogger monkeyfeather said...

I received my book in the mail on Friday and it is FANTASTIC! Did you guys do the layout yourselves? Either way, gorgeous book, with GORGEOUS work inside. I was going to ask who took that photo, but you've answered that.

Thanks for the inspriring book!


1:35 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow, neat find Ronnie, I didn't know we were listed all over the place on Amazon ... cool ...



6:31 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

congrats uncle...

too bad, your books are not available here in the philippines... ;)
pretty neat stuff, by the way, i've just received a copy of paper biscuit 2 and 2.5 that you brought with you when you visited here.
all i can say is "WOW!!"

hope to see you soon!

- dj don basa
(son of your cousin donato)

1:33 PM

Blogger Unknown said...

Cool...and you got a haircut...

Finally got copies of CARNET ROUGE and will send you one.



3:07 PM

Blogger John S. said...

Ordered mine through Amazon! Great book!
Congratulations! PIXAR REPRESENT!!!

9:30 PM

Blogger MikeS said...

Just ordered mine and looking forward to getting it delivered. Congrats on getting the book out there to those of us who couldn't be at the show.

10:51 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Ronnie - got my copy I ordered last November in the mail last week. It finally made it's way here to Utah! It's absolutely beautiful. Congrats on this - it's an amazing accomplishment. Thank you for compiling this. I hope to cross paths with you again. Congrats! And keep posting the "geekery" - it's quite exciting.

1:50 PM

Blogger Sho said...

Congratulations ~!!! Looks fan-tas-tic ! I am waiting for my order to come to devour it from front to back~!

6:49 PM

Blogger Gerald de Dios said...


Olivia and I just ordered your book. Many congrats putting this together. Can't wait for it to arrive. It already looks amazing.


11:37 PM

Blogger Tom said...

This book is wonderful, what a collection of artists!

Looking foward to whatever you share next! Hopefully more Paper Biscuit soon???

4:34 PM

Blogger Will Kane said...

Hi Ronnie,

We’ve just received “Three trees make a forest” at the bookstore where I work in London, England:


It looks fantastic, we’re anticipating big things.

It’s so great that Tadahiro has a western showcase for his work at last (and youse guys ain’t no slouches neither).


4:16 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I got mine a couple of days ago. Congratulations on producing such a wonderful book. It currently takes pride of place right next to my Koji Morimoto Orange Sketchbook :)


1:13 AM

Blogger chhuy-ing said...


I'm very happy. I'm from France and I just got mine today. It's beautifully made and the artworks are of course incredible! Bravo to you 3 ;)

12:30 PM

Blogger Meesimo said...

Just got the book in the mail recently. What a work of art! Nicely put together.
Have to keep watch on my roommates, they keep wandering off with it;-)
Congrats on an awesome collection from a great show!

8:21 PM


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