Brontë to the Future was my entry into Thought Bubble Festival’s 2011 Northern Sequential Art Competition. All other entries can be seen at this link.
The Silence Catalogue is an outcome of Silence competition that ran during 2nd International Comics Culture Festival Ligatura (in June 2011). The idea behind the contest was to promote the comic book art form where the only form of narration is through images. See in how many ways you can understand the word silence.
Over 200 works where received for the Silence competition during the 2nd international comics culture festival “Ligatura”. The catalogue includes 43 works by artists from Argentina, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Japan, Latvia, Macedonia, The Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, South Africa, the UK and the USA.
Including work from Yours Truly. Click here to take a peek.
I’ve been working on putting together a history of Ireland as seen through the medium of comics, although everything I’ve completed so far deals with things that happened after 1780. These two pages deal very, very roughly with Roger Casement’s pre-revolutionary life as British Consul investigator extraordinaire.
(It’s been brought to me attention that the map makes it look like Peru is in Brazil. The next version will have instructional arrows pointing to Peru’s actual location)
From 26th-29th of May Multiples and Catalyst Arts traveled to Limerick for in_flux, a large scale art fair exhibition that brought together ten different artist-led spaces from Ireland and Europe.
Participating groups included :
1646, The Hague
Block T, Dublin
Catalyst Arts, Belfast
Monster Truck, Dublin
Some sketches from the Burrel Collection, Glasgow.
Some sketches from the Pergamon Museum, Berlin- of their permanent collection and Tell Halaf exhibition.
C’est Bon Kultur’s last call for submissions was along the theme of Astoria, or music, which was a fairly good excuse to make something new. This is the ‘Inspired by the Motion Picture’ equivalent for Muddy Waters’ Mannish Boy, page 1 of 2.
MULTIPLE by Catalyst Arts makes a visit to Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival with a freshly stocked pop-up shop and more than a few new arrivals. We’ll be featuring art ‘for sale’ in the form of lo-fi commodities, souvenirs, collectables, posters and paraphernalia by local artists.
Expect curiosities and wry insights into the city by Sinead Bhreathnach-Cashell, Charlotte Bosanquet, Martin Carter, Ben Craig, Fionnuala Doran, Ciara Dunne, Phil Hession, Helen McDonnell, Miguel Martin, Simon Mills, Ryan O’Reilly, Catherine Roberts, Duncan Ross, Gemma Withers and the Catalyst Arts directors.
Location: Golden Thread Gallery, Project Space
84-94 Great Patrick Street
My first Multiple, Portmanteau 1- Venice, was on sale in GTG. Multiples will be travelling down to Limerick shortly to Occupy:Space.