October 2014 strip for Metropolis magazine (mistitled Bombardment City).
On Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014, in conjunction with the Boomfest International Comics Festival, a small exhibition of my prints opened at the Nabokov Museum at 47 Bolshaya Morskaya Street, St. Petersburg, Russia – Vladimir Nabokov’s home until the age of 18, described in Speak, Memory. The museum occupies the building’s first floor and contains artifacts and a library relating the great novelist; the upper floors are occupied by an art school for children. Photo [top] crowd at the opening; [middle] corner of the exhibition and [bottom] museum gallery. The exhibit runs through Oct. 12. My thanks to Dmitry Yakovlev and Boomfest for organizing this event.
A few pages from the Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer series were just translated into Hungarian for the the magazine Papírmozi. There’s a lively comics scene in Budapest around this magazine and it’s publisher Antal Bayer. Please subscribe.