The short version: we are here in France, we plan to stay longer, and we are happy to be here.
This print was reprinted in chopped-up bits in Mirror, Window, but is actually one continuous strip.
Limited edition of 25 16” x 21” inch 5-color lithographs hand-printed by Landfall Press of Chicago. The prints available from me are artists proofs, of which there are 8.
The Maison des Auteurs is putting on an exhibition for FIBD, and I’ve got just a few pieces in this show. It’ll be the first time finished Trish Trash pages are seen by the world.
Jessica is on the grand jury at the Angoulême festival.
An ode to interns and a busy studio life
I took the high-speed TGV train last week from Angoulême, France, where I live as of about a month ago, to Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris. It was the first chance I’d had to really sit and compose my thoughts about leaving my old life in Brooklyn and starting a new one in small-town France.
I’m in the midst of work on a 4-page comic reportage on the Comics: Philosophy and Practice conference, that featured a series of panels with some of the greatest cartoonists of the modern era.
I was at the University of Chicago at the Comics: Philosophy and Practice last weekend, and live-tweeted most of it.