Saturday, March 30, 2013

Brandl: Panorama of Installation
Hi all fellow Ab-Com-ers! Here is a new quick panorama image of my painting-comic-installation. Whereas it is not strictly abstract, I think it falls within the larger definition that Andrei has promoted. I hope you like it. I'll get then profi photos up soon. There are still two and a half weeks of the show, so i expect you all to fly in to Zurich and see it!

Thursday, March 21, 2013

J.P. strip no. 2

Playing with some Pollock details...

Monday, March 11, 2013


I loved Henrik's piece and remixed it below with Calder.

Thursday, March 7, 2013

In 2009, just after I had made my abstract graphic novel, Reykjavik, I tried to do a follow-up. Attacked the project from three or four different angles, but could just not hack it. Either I felt I was simply repeating what I had just done in Reykjavik or I couldn't get the pages to come together and form a narrative, a comic. Ended up scrapping the book. I sometimes look at the exhumed left-overs and hope that I can somehow get an idea or five, that can revitalize the project, but so far no luck. Well...

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Accidentally abstract: newspaper comic strip printing blocks

Plates for Milt Kurteson's comic strip Loco 'n' Lobo,  published in the Bethlehem Globe Times.  Found on eBay, without dates of publication.