Tommi Musturi


Digi-Kuti
September 16, 2020, 8:40 am
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Happy to announce that the DIGI-KUTI (#57) is officially out. That’s the autumn 2020 issue presenting adventures into the forms of digital narration. After few years break I managed to edit this one.

Featured artists: Benjamin Bergman (FI), Bogomil Bratoev (BG), Roope Eronen (FI), Esko Heikkilä (FI), Tero Heikkinen (FI), Jellica (UK), Tim Koch (AU), Tiina Lehikoinen (FI), Ilan Manouach & Yannis Siglidis (GR), Raquel Meyers (ES), Tommi Musturi (FI), and Joonas Rinta-Kanto (FI).

Read online or download.

Along the magazine we’ve built up The Digi-Kuti Exhibition that is open until 30th of September 2020.

FYI: to able to release Kuti for all of you we need subscribers. One year (4 issues) costs 14 € in Finland and 22 € anyplace else. Subscribe to Kuti.



Future#5

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Back from holidays and Future#5 just got out the printers! Glad how it came out. Now the serie is halfway, five issues to go. This is my weapon against capitalism.

In this fifth issue of the serie the several storylines start to get twisted. What might be underneath the lost city of Centra? Who has built the series of world tormenting AI? What happens, when a normie spectator finds himself as a drugged star of The Reality Show? Find out…


Due Finnish Post I’ve been forced to raise the price for single issues to 6€ and the whole 10 issue subscription to 60€. If you’re interested in ordering, mail me. The prices include shipping worldwide. NOTE! Due I’m keeping the prices as low as possible I’m shipping it all as 2nd class (1st class would mean x2 prices). While the current Covid-19 crisis all the shipments have had enormous delays from one up to four (4!) months. So, dear customers, I’m asking for patience. Will update a list of retailers later. Stay tuned.



AX
August 3, 2020, 12:06 pm
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Thanks to Masaharu Kuramochi an article of me and my work was just featured in the latest independent manga magazine ‘AX’ (from Seirinkogeisha), a follower of legenday Garo magazine in Japan. Take a look on it if you have a chance. Features a great variety of Japanese independent graphic art.