NOBROW – A DIFFERENT AESTHETIC?

Festivals |
19th October 2013

Nobrow prides itself on working with the best illustrators and artists in the world creating “stand out books which deserve to be printed”  and “with their inherent qualities in mind”.

In just five years it has made a distinctive contribution to the comic art medium. Paul Gravett will explore how Nobrow has achieved this and what lies ahead for this ambitious publishing company.

The event will feature the work of two of Nobrow’s best-known, award-winning creators, Jon McNaught (pictured) and Luke Pearson. Jon was the first Briton to win the Prix Révélation, The Best Newcomer Award, at Angouleme, for his first full-length book Automne (entitled Dockwood in English).  

Luke writes and draws the popular Hilda series of books. The New York Times described his latest book, Hilda and the Bird Parade, as “visually arresting: exuberant and lively”.

Save money by buying a festival pass!

– Weekend pass – Book 4 daytime events (before 7pm) for just £25 – this also gives you unlimited access to Comics Clock Tower@The Town Hall
–  Day pass – Book 2 daytime events (before 7pm) on Saturday or Sunday for only £14 this also gives you unlimited access to Comics Clock Tower@The Town Hall.

Choose your events first, discount is added when you check out. 

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DATES & TIMES

19th October 2013

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