Not for a book.
Not for a book.
Some of the commissions from earlier this year. I started drawing a new Klaus book this weekend.
The Breakdown Press steering committee, including Joe Kessler (2nd from the left), Antoine Cosse, Simon Hacking and Tom Oldham (in his Klaus t-shirt).
They still have some to sell, here.
Klaus is on hiatus, while I’m in Korea. In the meantime, celebrity Klaus fans are still being spotted across the world. This time, Luke Pearson at ELCAF. I’ve never seen Luke looking this happy. If your Klaus t-shirt has made you happier than normal, please let me know!
Photo by Joe Kessler.
Because I felt like I’d killed him.
The last of the commissioned drawings, drawn on Friday. The first line (“I tend to …) was suggested by Gerhard, the commissioner. Thanks to everyone who commissioned a drawing.
A drawing for Helen Ralli. Besides her day job, Helen curates the music-playlist website Psychedelic Psyblings. Someone tell me if that’s wrong.
This is a drawing for Alan Henderson, who said he usually asks for a piece featuring The Shadow. Well, this is the best I could do.
This is a drawing for Josh Shepherd, whose own work is here.
Thanks to Josh and everyone else who’s commissioned a drawing. I’ve ran out of time to do any more, but I’ll start again when I work out Korean postage and post offices.
A drawing for Antoine Cosse. Antoine’s blog is here.
Antoine is probably the best cartoonist in England at the minute, although he’s moving back to France soon. You can see Antoine talking at Gosh! in Soho on 5th March, with Joe Kessler, Zoe Taylor and the suits of Breakdown Press.