Hypercomics at the Pumphouse

I’m currently hard at work on a new comic called The Archivist, which is my contribution to the Hypercomics exhibition taking place at The Pumphouse Gallery in Battersea Park. The show’s being curated by Paul Gravett and will feature hypercomic installations by myself, Adam Dant, Warren Pleece and Dave McKean. The show will be running from August 11th to Septhember 26th and you can get the full low down here and here.

This weekend I’ll be taking a brief break from my frantic scribbling to head into London and sell some comics. The London Film & Comic Con is taking place on the 17th and 18th July at Earl’s Court and you’ll be able to find me there, sharing a table with Sean Azzopardi. We’ll have a wide selection of fine comic products with us that we will be more than happy to offer to you in exchange for small (but perfectly formed) sums of cash money.

(Oh, and for those unable to attend, the new 100 Planets mini comic is also now available right here at E-merl via the wonders of PayPal. Consume!)

Posted on July 16, 2010 at 12:20 am in Ramblings, Uncategorized. Follow responses to this post with the comments feed. You can leave a comment or trackback from your own site.

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  1. […] That would be the fast approaching deadline for my new hypercomic installation, The Archivist. Click here to learn more about the project and, fingers crossed, normal service will be resumed next […]

  2. […] night of our Hypercomics exhibition at the Pumphouse gallery in Battersea Park. More details here – do pop along if you’re in the area. // […]

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