One of the most gratifying things about the exhibit I had of my 20 Lines drawings a few years ago was the chance to have my very own art exhibit poster. I’ve always been fond of this particular subcategory of graphic design and decoration and I think Martín Vitaliti, the artist who designed my poster, […]
The new school year seems like a good moment to post about my new life here in the city of brotherly love.
Five short videos from Spain inspired by my 99 Ways to Tell a Story: Exercises in Style.
A professionally-produced video of me and Jessica being interviewed by Fredrik Strömberg during the Stockholm International Comics Festival
A short and entertaining screencast of a talk I gave recently to show off some student work from a 4-day workshop based on the principle of “exercises in style.”
A suite of haikus sent from my iPhone.
A report from my first solo drawing exhibit in Barcelona in 2015;
A look at some of the many ways my book 99 Ways to Tell a Story: Exercises in Style has been used in a classroom or workshop setting, both by myself and by other teachers.
My thoughts on the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo attacks on January 7 2015 and how my children were affected.
The mystery of the wordless comics broadsheets in François Truffaut’s 1966 adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s Farenheit 451.