Notes from the Labyrinth series I’ve been telling myself and my students that I’m going to write a blog post about the amazing work they’ve done and the rewarding conversations we’ve had in my last two Build Your Own Labyrinth constraint workshops but I find that there’s more than I could possibly cover in a […]
A behind-the-scenes look at my comic, La Cigüeña (2011).
I recently opened an online store where you can buy a rotating selection of my books and prints.
What if I were to draw 99 more exercises in style? I’m not planning to, but here’s a list of potential (and in some cases improbable if not impossible) candidates for a hypothetical second batch.
Check out my new interview about books and reading at The Reading Lists.
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. Imagining it hanging on strangers’ walls inspired me to write this short essay on the role posters play in our lives.
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.”