Friday, April 29, 2011

Ah Seen



Yesterday a posted a new 36 page comic (in pdf form) called "Ah Seen." It's mostly abstract, though not completely, and is an experiment in appropriation and not drawing. You can download it for free here.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Friday, April 22, 2011

First Quatrain

Here is the final tier of my newest comic.  I put the whole page up to give you the full context.  I think it works much better than the "gag strip" versions I post. 

Erase strip

Here's a piece I did last year that I don't think I ever posted here:



Blaise's post reminded me of it in some weird way.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

scrap comic


(torn up drawings recombined and photographed)

Eyeballs

This is another more abstract (and never before seen) of my Eyeballs dailies:


You can follow Eyeballs here:

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Monday, April 18, 2011

Tier 2

I hesitated to post this comic bit by bit.  At first I was going to post yesterday's little section and then post the full final version. 

Then i thought they looked kind of like abstract comics gag-a-day strips.

Anybody wanna remix these with Peanuts dialog?

Sunday, April 17, 2011

The Beginning of Something New

I am trying my hand at comics sonnets again.  My original comics sonnets were fourteen pages long with ten panels per page.  This was fun to play with, but made the comics seem more epic than the original sonnet that they mimicked.

For this round of comics sonnets, I am sticking with fourteen rows of panels instead of pages, which will make the poem shorter.  I also think it will be easier to see the visual rhyming sequence this way.

Here's the first tier of panels:

More to come. . .

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Monday, April 11, 2011

Comics for Sale!


I've put together a mini comic of various short comics I've done over the years. A few have been up on Graphic Poems and a few have been posted here. I have a couple new ones in there too.

You can buy them over at my store for $3.00 plus shipping.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Henrik Rehr's "Reykjavik" reviewed by Matt Madden

Matt Madden and Jessica Abel's rundown of the "Notable Comics" list from "The Best American Comics 2010" continues, and yet another abstract comic--by yet another AC anthology and blog contributor--is discussed. (See here for Matt's review of one of my pieces, see here for Jessica's review of Derik Badman's piece from the anthology, and see here for Jessica's discussion of two pieces by Warren Craghead, including "Un Calligramme" from the anthology; they have also reviewed so far pieces by anthology contributors Jason Overby, John Hankiewicz, and Damien Jay, though not--or not fully--in their abstract mode). Click the pic:

Sunday, April 3, 2011