July 3, 2016

https://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/mar/12/nick-hayes-graphic-artist-pictures-refugees-calais-camp-jungle

The refugee camp known as the Calais “Jungle” is in the process of being destroyed, and with it a self-governing community that belied the squalor of its environ...

June 18, 2015

Some rules, to begin:

This review will not claim that graphic novels have come of age. This review will not refer to the Costa book awards as ‘the turning point’, or even question graphic novels legitimacy against other more established art forms. This review will n...

June 18, 2015

Bastein Vives’ new graphic novel, Polina (Jonathan Cape 2014), is the next step in his ongoing fascination with the body, and the way it moves in space. Charting the education of a young Russian ballet dancer, from her enrolment into ballet school as a young child, to...

June 18, 2015

Eric Ravilious stalked the edgelands. He would stake them out beforehand on his bike, plan his trip, often wake before dawn and take himself to where nobody else had cause to be, to the deserted yards of old Sussex buses, empty harbors, derelict boats, unmanned Brecon...

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