Showing posts with label Australian comics. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Australian comics. Show all posts

Monday, March 31, 2014

Paper Trail



Murtaza Ali Jafari, a 24-year-old Hazara refugee, outside the Refugee Art Project. - See more at: http://www.timescolonist.com/human-smuggling/part-4-a-man-who-spent-26-months-in-detention-found-solace-in-art-program-1.7375#sthash.c6wpHTgH.dpuf
Murtaza Ali Jafari, a 24-year-old Hazara refugee, outside the Refugee Art Project. - See more at: http://www.timescolonist.com/human-smuggling/part-4-a-man-who-spent-26-months-in-detention-found-solace-in-art-program-1.7375#sthash.c6wpHTgH.dpuf
Murtaza Ali Jafari, a 24 year old Hazara refugee, involved with the Refugee Art Project profiled at Times Colonist.


Dylan Horrocks' Incomplete Works Launch party in Auckland, Tuesday, April 1st (April Fool’s Day) 6pm-7pm Auckland Central Library (44-46 Lorne Street) Map Whare Wananga Level 2.


 Sarah Laing: The Alison Bechdel fan comic.


Auckland Sci Fi & Collectables retailer, Retrospace, profiled at Retail News.


Interview with Manga translator and comics writer Kumar Sivasubramanian.


Arran McKenna draws 'Interesting Times' for The Helix magazine.



Dave Dye previews a proof copy of The Anzac Legend.




Danielle Street profiles Jeremy Bishop and Arkham City Comic.


 (Pic yoinked from stuff.co.nz)

Running Tuff: New Zealand Running Blog with cartoons.






English Comics Diversion: David Roach on Angel Badia Camps.



the Refugee Art Project.
Murtaza Ali Jafari, a 24-year-old Hazara refugee, outside the Refugee Art Project. - See more at: http://www.timescolonist.com/human-smuggling/part-4-a-man-who-spent-26-months-in-detention-found-solace-in-art-program-1.7375#sthash.c6wpHTgH.dpuf

Roger Langridge and Mark Evanier on new Rocky and Bullwinkle series.


David C Mahler: Hole In the Wall.



David Henshaw obituary by Matthew Grocott.


Paper Trail masthead courtesy of Toby Morris.

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Alex King Gag Cartoons

Alex King Gag Cartoons from the Australian Woman's Weekly circa 1940's.

Gallery of Alex King portraits in pencil of Hollywood stars of the ‘40’s for the Australian Woman’s Weekly on the Pikitia tumblr.







Source: http://trove.nla.gov.au

Sunday Gems: Pearson + Parrish + Pitt & Painted Cereal Advertising

 

I like the colour work Katie Parrish has been posting at katieparrishtime.tumblr.com.


Three original Stanley Pitt Flash Gordon illustrations at the Bristol Board. (H/T Comics Reporter)

12 page Marc Pearson comic based on 12 year-old Mei Teimeyer’s DOLF character sheet printed last year in the providence comics consortium's Classic Characters 1.


20 Comics You Can Buy From The Sticky Institute Right Now

The following sweet comic jams are currently at The Sticky Institute,10 Campbell Arcade, Degraves Subway, Melbourne.
















 


 Refugee Art Project Zine #3 - The Cartoons of Mohammad


 Refugee Art Project Zine #2 - Tribute to Ahmad Ali Jafari

 Rufugee Art Project Zine #4 - Murtaza Ali Jafari


Happy 51st Birthday Gary Chaloner

http://garychaloner.com/