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.
I was recently invited to participate in a series of workshops with teens from at-risk populations here in Angoulême, France. The workshops are based on Raymond Queneau‘s Exercises in Style and my own 99 Ways to Tell a Story: Exercises in Style (99 Exercices de style in the French edition).
a recent portrait in Angoulême by Gert Jan Pos 2013 was a busy year for me and mostly a very satisfying one. I traveled all over Europe, visited the US, got knighted (really!) and made a lot of comics and drawings.
I recently finished a one-year drawing project called “20 Lines”
I was in Helsinki in September as a guest of the Helsinki Comics Festival. Beforehand I taught a 3-day workshop at Aalto University.
A strip of mine was just published in the Swiss comics magazine Strapazin.