Anyone interested in a blad for a Carl Barks serigraph signed by the Duck Man himself? (at Brookfield Park)
Chris Ware’s Newtown-Inspired Cover for The New Yorker, and a thoughtful piece on Education in the US in light of the shootings : The New Yorker
Baby on the beach…
Meilleurs voeux pour 2013.
Littlehampton from West Beach dunes (at West Beach)
The amazing Dan Berry shares his process for drawing 24 hour comics in this blogpost. It’s a fascinating look into the whole operation and is packed with really great tips that he’s picked up as he took part in Lewis Trondheim’s 24-hour comics challenge in Angoulême. Well worth a read even if you have no intention of ever joining in :)
Fauve pour Angoulême 2013. Disney.
This Trondheim guy is pretty good. Shame he’s so unprolific though…
Reviews: Jonathan Edwards’ beautiful scenery and perfect timing | The Forbidden Planet International Blog Log
Nice review of that talented man Jonathan Edwards’ new book. What shocked me though was the second half of the review where Richard Bruton talks about Aunt Connie and the Plague of Beards, and the fact that we (Les Cartoonistes Dangereux) published it 13 years ago. I feel so old.
Aunt Connie was a superb book though. You should have all bought it, y’sods.
Logo pour les 40 ans du festival d’Angoulême