Klaus (2019). A Short (Architectural) History of the 20th Century. Click to enlarge. As you’ll probably know, if you’ve been following my work in any capacity, one of the main reasons why I persist in my cartooning career is that it provides me with a vehicle to channel my need to draw. Or, putting itContinue reading “A Short (Architectural) History of the 20th Century. Review, Celebration and Tribute to 40 Years of “A Short History of America” by Robert Crumb”
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Architecture Between the Panels. Comics, cartoons, and graphic narrative in the (New) Neo-Avant-garde.
Architecture Between the Panels. Page 2. Click to enlarge. Ok, let’s kickstart, even if a little late, the academic year. with a new entry Last July, Architectural Design (AD) published ‘Re-imagining the Avant-Garde: Revisiting the Architecture of the 1960s and 1970s’. Guest edited by Matthew Butcher and Luke C. Pearson, this special issue ‘explores the ongoing importance of theContinue reading “Architecture Between the Panels. Comics, cartoons, and graphic narrative in the (New) Neo-Avant-garde.”
Our model Alejandro Hernández (@otrootroblog), editor in Arquine, lectures with style some weeks ago at the ISAD in Chihuahua. In the picture, he’s wearing the retro T-shirt ‘Hope’, from the ‘Kunst Haas’ series in our Spring 2009 Collection.
Dancing about Architecture: A conversation with architect and cartoonist Klaus
Click to enlarge I’ve been neglecting posting this since April, when it was published, after teasing about it for several months on twitter. But, since it took me ages to actually deliver it to the editors, I think it’s kinda fitting. To make a long story short: Over a year ago (almost two, really), EliContinue reading “Dancing about Architecture: A conversation with architect and cartoonist Klaus”