For those who didn't make it out to see the Presenting Shakespeare show at Chazen Museum in Madison, Wisconsin, below are some photos. However there is still some time to see it, Presenting Shakespeare closes December 11th.
The opening of SVA Underground Images show, as a part of PosterFest Budapest, will take place at A38 Exhibition Space on November 15th at 8pm. A38 is a cultural center and gallery located on a barge on the Danube River in the middle of Budapest.
I will be attending the opening and I hope to see you there.
To draw comics seriously, I needed to learn anatomy. In 1973, I decided to buy the book "Dynamic Figure Drawing" by Burne Hogarth. That was a major investment because foreign books in communist Yugoslavia were very expensive. And in my city, Zagreb, there was only one foreign book shop in Gunduliceva Street. I don't know how helpful the book was for learning anatomy, but the drawings were very exciting and monumental, especially hands. Forty-three years later, I managed to buy one of Burne Hogarth's original drawings. Now finally his hands are in my hands. Strange feeling.
Two more daily strips of "Johnny Hazard" by Frank Robbins from 1974 and 1975 just landed in my hands too with the airplane that delivered them. I think that's going to be enough of "Johnny Hazard" for some time. Looking to put my hands on something else.