Not long now. On Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th March, 2018, it’s time for Seriefest again! It is a great DIY comic festival where all kinds of folks sell their comics and other visual materials. I’ll be there with the Killer Jellyfish. You can read my interview here (in Swedish). Don’t miss the fun!
If we want things to stay as they are, things will have to change.
Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa
A great little boogie with the Mother Goddess in all her forms. Why not believe in Her? Directed animated etc. by Nina Paley Music: “You Gotta Believe” (Norman Whitfield) sung by the Pointer Sisters, circa 1976
She believed she could, so she did
R. S. Grey
The Swedish Comics Association promotes Swedish comics and comic artists and organises exhibitions and prizes and such events, as well as comics education. I was very pleased when the multi-talented Lisa Scott, the project manager of the association, asked me to run three workshops for children in their bookshop and exhibition space Rum för Serier. […]
If you want to build a ship, don't gather men and women to give them orders, to assign them tasks or to tell them how to build.
If you want to build a ship, teach men and women to long for the sea.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Very pleased that the Degrowth Conference in Malmö, August 21 -25, 2018 is using my drawing of The Enormous Turnip as its logo. The conference combines academic, artistic and popular contributions. Here’s what the organisers say: “This conference is inspired by principles of care, mutual aid and democratic decision-making. We aim to live and share […]
What I had that others didn't was a capacity for sticking to it.
December 2017 Well this is exciting – a Killer Jellyfish comic, published in the journal ephemera. Strange yet happy bedfellows?
You know in the West we have built a large, beautiful ship. It has all the comforts in it. But one thing is missing: It has no compass and does not know where to go.