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beingernst:

Cadger part 1 of 2

read the whole comic here

There’s something really gorgeous and almost effortless about this comic from Emil Friis Ernst. I’ve returned to it several times since I first scrolled through it last week. 

The great colours, the breezy sequence and flow of the whole thing, and the directness of the drawing/mark-making all combine to make a really pleasurable reading experience.

I think maybe it’s the lack of fussiness and quiet confidence in the drawing that pulls me in the most.  

It’s work like this that really makes me excited about where comics are going.   

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patrickl:

Super thrilled to share these preview images of Grace a collaborative comic/zine I created with Sarah Bowie a few weeks back. Damn Fine Print did an excellent two colour print job on their brand new (15-year-old) Riso machine. 

The zines will be given away for free as part of the Bram Stoker Festival 2015 this weekend apparently by vampires roaming the city on bicycles, but also at the Damn Fine Print show tomorrow night in Smithfield, Dublin 7.

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sarahbowieillustration:

An observational zine based in the city of Dublin.  You can also read it on ISSUU (if you want to get that fancy page-turn effect).

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sarahbowieillustration:

This is my submission for The Comics Lab’s first anthology, which we’ll be launching at ComicCity Festival in Derry this weekend.  It’ll be available online soon too.  Can’t wait!

Spirit of Folk’s new identity and the top ten acts to catch

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Spirit of Folk’s new identity and the top ten acts to catch

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Our zine, Experiment, hot off the press!
Spreads by Eoin Marron and Philip Isard, Karen Harte and Matthew Shiell

It’s great – a lovely symbol of our Comics Lab community. Many thanks to all our contributors!

Come and get your copy at the next lab – we’ll also be publishing it online.

(Photos by Debbie Jenkinson)

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The world of comics may, in its generosity, lend scripts, characters and stories to the movies, but not its inexpressible secret power of suggestion that resides in that fixity, that immobility of a butterfly on a pin.

Federico Fellini

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Pram