culturecomic:

Bono’s hiding in your iTunes!

culturecomic:

Bono’s hiding in your iTunes!

culturecomic:

Tate Britain is showing Lucien Freud’s collection of Auerbach paintings, and there’ll be a retrospective next year.
http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/display/bp-spotlight-frank-auerbach-paintings-and-drawings-lucian-freud-estate
(For the record, I like Auerbach a lot)

culturecomic:

Tate Britain is showing Lucien Freud’s collection of Auerbach paintings, and there’ll be a retrospective next year.

http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/display/bp-spotlight-frank-auerbach-paintings-and-drawings-lucian-freud-estate

(For the record, I like Auerbach a lot)

culturecomic:

Everyone’s a critic.
(No offence meant to Kate Bush, whose live show sounds remarkable.)

culturecomic:

Everyone’s a critic.

(No offence meant to Kate Bush, whose live show sounds remarkable.)

culturecomic:

I had to put Culture back in the fridge for a few weeks as I was a bit busy. Luckily my good friend Haruki could help out this week.

culturecomic:

I had to put Culture back in the fridge for a few weeks as I was a bit busy. Luckily my good friend Haruki could help out this week.

juliascheele:

I drew a comic about getting married to the sea.

Love this!

I’m dead chuffed that Capital City features in the book of Comics Unmasked, the current exhibition at The British Library.

The exhibition finishes this weekend, and on Saturday 16 August I’ll be taking part in the Comica Comiket, from 10.30 until 4.30 in the public foyer of the British Library itself.

It’s a great chance to meet comics creators and buy comics and prints from the artists themselves. I’ll be selling and signing Hitsville UK comics and prints as well as copies of Capital City.

Full details on the event here: www.comicafestival.com/index.php/comiket

wilfridwood:

Bronze Bowies. 110mm high. #bronze #casting #polish #buff #londonsculptureworkshop #bronzecasting #sculpture #portrait #patina #foundry #bowie #ziggy

WOZZA WOZZA WANT ONE OF THESE!

wilfridwood:

Bronze Bowies. 110mm high. #bronze #casting #polish #buff #londonsculptureworkshop #bronzecasting #sculpture #portrait #patina #foundry #bowie #ziggy

WOZZA WOZZA WANT ONE OF THESE!

marcellerby:

So. Yeah. Guess who has a monthly strip in the new Doctor Who: 11th Doctor comic from Titan Comics?

It’s me, guys. It’s totally me!!!!

The Eleventh Doctor was and is still my favourite Docco, even if the last series didn’t do that much for me, I still cared for that raggedy man and held back a big tear when it was finally time to let him go. The Eleventh Hour is still one of the best season openers of telly I’ve ever watched and it was really season five where it all started to click for me. I loved Eleven’s boyish enthusiasm mixed with this old man look at the world, there’s so much going on under that mad looking face. I loved his stupid fez and his stupid glasses and his stupid braces and his stupid puffed-out-chest run! Most of all though, it’s the friendship between him and The Ponds I enjoyed the most, he truly loved his friends (who turned out to be his in-laws?!) and it’s that aspect I’m tapping into with my back-up strips, just with more laughs. Titan told me; “Think Darth Vader & Son but with the Doctor.”

Titan’s approach with my strips is very much like that of Boom’s Adventure Time range; you have a main story going on in the front and then you can a page or two of nonsense at the back. I think their efforts should be applauded, they’re very much trying to branch the comics out to a wider audience, a more Tumblr friendly, web comic savvy crowd. Kudos to them and I hope the back ups become more of a regular thing and a massive massive thanks to editor Andrew James for going to bat for me several times. I’ve just handed in September’s page (my favourite so far) and I’m working on the fourth strip right now. It’s a really fun job which I am enjoying immensely and hope they keep me on for a very long time to come.

Issue 1 drops Wednesday, though sadly for UK dudes you can’t get it in any shop other than the Forbidden Planets or via Comixology. The rest of the world, should have noooooo problems.

culturecomic:

Series 2 of Channel 4’s Utopia (including 1970s flashback episode)
http://www.channel4.com/programmes/utopia

culturecomic:

Series 2 of Channel 4’s Utopia (including 1970s flashback episode)

http://www.channel4.com/programmes/utopia

comixology:

Check out Hitsville UK, our #LateNightReads pic for the night!

Hitsville UK is a pop art, surreal, musical soap opera following the weirdos and wannabes of an indy record company. Issue 1 introduces has-been, record label boss Gerry Corden and drug addled, maniac producer Greg Studio as they audition new acts for their new label. Cue an angel voiced grotesque, a mystery solving teen gang, a schoolboy DJ with a robot fascination, Nazi punk zombies and the rest. Each page is a rush of playful artwork shifting styles fast and loose to match each genre of music and the jokes come as quick and sharp as shurikens.

[Read Hitsville UK at ComiXology]

comixology:

Check out Hitsville UK, our #LateNightReads pic for the night!

Hitsville UK is a pop art, surreal, musical soap opera following the weirdos and wannabes of an indy record company. Issue 1 introduces has-been, record label boss Gerry Corden and drug addled, maniac producer Greg Studio as they audition new acts for their new label. Cue an angel voiced grotesque, a mystery solving teen gang, a schoolboy DJ with a robot fascination, Nazi punk zombies and the rest. Each page is a rush of playful artwork shifting styles fast and loose to match each genre of music and the jokes come as quick and sharp as shurikens.

[Read Hitsville UK at ComiXology]