Click to enlarge. The cartoon as published in the magazine (in two facing pages) can be found below Back in late July, Elly Beaumont, from the Architectural Review, contacted me regarding their -then- forthcoming issue, which would feature, in R.M. Rilke fashion, a series of ‘Letters to a Young Architect’ written by a selection ofContinue reading “‘Letter to a Young Architect’ 2-page comic for the Architectural Review no. 1474”
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Coming Soon… (Part II)
Click to enlarge Soon in the Architectural Review.
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A Short (Architectural) History of the 20th Century. Review, Celebration and Tribute to 40 Years of “A Short History of America” by Robert Crumb
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”
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.”
Sir Peter Cook -the man, the myth, the ringmaster- points at Peter Cook, the comic book character during a dinner in Porto. Anyone who’s thrown even a casual glance at this blog (or at my twitter feed) knows I have a thing both for science fiction and for the visionary architectural scene of the 1960s-70sContinue reading “Cook-ing”
Learning to talk architecture
Click to read “New trends and new times, new market conditions and newer communicational means are also creating, it seems, new modes of architectural production-consumption and along with them, an allegedly new type of professional with skills suited for an era where communication primes. News spreads at an increasingly faster rate, generating an exponential inflationContinue reading “Learning to talk architecture”