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February 12, 2015, 9:56 am
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Image for Luke Ramsey’s silent book Intelligent Sentient? that’s out just now from Drawn & Quarterly. This was actually drawn couple of years ago. In the book colours by Luke. Preview images look damn good and D&Q’s reference to Koyaanisqatsi shall ring the bell.

February 10, 2015, 12:33 pm
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Some of my silkscreen prints now available through Tabulaland art store as well. Running out of these pretty soon but no worries: bunch of new ones on the way!

The Last Book of Hope out in French!
January 26, 2015, 11:49 am
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Happy to announce that the fifth and last Book of Hope will be out in French next weekend at the Angouleme festival. You can find Le dernier Livre de M. Espoir from the La 5e Couche booth in La nouveau monde -tent (N2). That’s also my 10th Belgian-French release so time for sort of Jubilee!

November 4, 2014, 4:51 pm
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Kutikuti has simultaneous exhibitions in Prague (31.10.–15.11., Kavárna Mlýnská, Všehrdova 449/14) and New York (7.–23.11., Wayfarers Gallery1109 Dekalb Ave, Brooklyn). Business Talk contains mostly new works from ca. 30 Finnish contemporary comic artists, in Brooklyn there’ll be also a 3D-installation (well, we’re just starting to build it actually!). Not to forget Comic Arts Brooklyn that’s happening upcoming weekend. Find us selling our books there as well. Jet lag time!

October 13, 2014, 11:33 am
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Just to make sure you’re aware of these GREAT Latvian publications:

LIFE AFTER DEATH is a new incarnation of Popper Magazine – a nicely designed 176-page artbook in black and white. Good selection of stuff from bus-load of artists around the world.

š! #18 is 164-page book in colour with comics on theme ‘Poetry’. Just to say: if you want to see what’s fresh on the field of contemporary comics worldwide, it’s the releases of Kuš that you should follow.

October 8, 2014, 6:45 pm
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Want to puff a bit the MOVING exhibition curated by Manuel (who made that poster above as well) & Watdafac Gallery, featuring: Alexander Heir, Andrés Magán, Berto Fojo, Claire Duport, Gorka Villaescusa, Hanna Andersson, Joakim Ojanen, Jacob Ovgren, Jordy Van Den Nieuwendijk, Jonny Negron, Kyle Platts, Manuel Donada, Marc Bell, Mathilde Van Geluweh, Motohiro Hayakawa, Nano 4814, Omar Gonzales, Sam Ryser, Spok Brillor, Stevie Gee, Tetsunori Tawaraya, and me.

OCTOBER 16, 2014 · 6PM @ FANELLI SPACE – 94 PRINCE ST – SOHO – NYC / Visiting hours: Friday & Saturday – 1pm to 5pm | Sunday – MOVING away!.

Below kind of a bad photo of the big size nonsense comic I made for it. There should be some book-form release as well coming up but anyway: go & see the exhibition first if you’re around!


September 11, 2014, 3:51 pm
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Yes, another new release just out from Thaumatropical! That’s 36-page A5-sized artzine containing images from May-July’14, all in colour with linocut covers. 1st edition limited to 50 numbered copies. Get it from Thaumatropical or me. Just to say: the title and image on the cover actually refer to my first game on C64 – Vortex Raider from Interceptor Software. To be honest that came as a double-tape with either Burger Times, Wheelin’ Wallie or Get Off My Garden on the other side (if I can recall). Anyway, not that great game but I love the covers that Interceptor used!


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