Comics & Illustration: November 2011
Over the course of the book the gags continue to work, the themes develop, and what you get in the end is some strange mutated traditional comic strip.". With it’s laid back, contemplative philosophising, it’s an attractive and enthrallingly entertaining read. Klaus is a pocket sized delight of a work. You could do far, far worse than to try it as a surprise stocking filler.". Friday, 25 November 2011. There are a few photos of my desk and drawing . area (? Up on Jordan Shiveley's Artist's Spaces tumblr.
I dont really feel like there is any real kind of zine / self-publishing culture. I feel quite ambivalent about all of the zine and publishing fairs, because I dont know if thats the best context to be introduced to these publications. I like to have my books on a bookshop shelf, mingling with other books, in places that can give that chance for discovery. Actually, maybe the fairs are good, anywhere you sell books, you get the opportunity to provide an unknown person with their discovery. I think the on...