The subject of emigration affects every Polish person. If not directly, then through family and friends. Now anyone can be an emigrant, from a mechanic to a violinist. They can keep in touch with relatives on Skype, shop in a Polish shop, wait for their first payment in pounds or euros. These things have become a generational experience.
Mit viel Witz und Charme erzählt Karolina Chyzewska in ihrem Debüt von ihrer Herkunft und zeigt, dass Identität, unabhängig von jeglicher Nationalität, die Familie selbst ist.”
Over 120 works where received for Comic Cookbook competition during 6th international comics culture festival Ligatura, Poznań, Poland.
The anthology includes 93 works by artists from Australia, Austria, Argentina Sweden, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Japan, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland, UK, USA.
Two friends are on their way to Ku Klux Klan meeting taking place deep in the forest. It’s just a shame that the instructions in the e-mail were so unclear…
Małgorzata Gurowska, Joanna Ruszczyk, Julian Tuwim
The Locomotive, by Julian Tuwim, is one the most famous Polish poems for children. Designer Małgorzata Gurowska and journalist Joanna Ruszczyk present its graphic and literary reinterpretation for adults.
The comic book creator Lene Ask tells Rikard’s story based on the exchange of letters between Rikard and his father, which she discovered in the Mission Archives in Stavanger.
1st Award at Ligatura Pitching 2014
Øystein Runde, Ida Neverdahl
«Ida draws Putin, but it doesn’t really look like him»
Ida and Øystein live in different towns. They’re best friends. They just don’t know about it yet. A travelogue about radical Russians, handsome Kazakhs, moving moles… and unexpected love.
Mikołaj Pasiński, Gosia Herba
“Fertility” is a beautifully drawn, dark parable about cruelty and vengeance. About instincts, desires, and secret beliefs.
Adventures on a Desert Island is the first comic book to be nominated and shortlisted for the NIKE Literary Award, the most important and recognised literary award in Poland.
The latest comic book by Mateusz Skutnik, co-founder of Pastel Games and creator of several acclaimed point-and-click flash games, now in English translation.
Ignat will not rest until the slightest chance remains to save the forest and preserve the thousand-year-old tradition. It is his pushcha.
“Polish Female Comics: Double Portrait” jams together the autobiographical work of twenty women whose approaches are all rather different.
Juan Belmonte was, and still is considered to be one of the most revolutionary bullfighters of all time.
The Anthology without words
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, watering the garden, cleaning the house, trimming the hedge.