Original comics art sale: Resistansen

Next up in my virtual yard sale is the original artwork from my short book, Resistansen. Details follow, leaf through it below first:

This charcoal & graphite comics is a rollicking, raunchy graphic interpretation of the Kaizer’s Orchestra song of the same name. Barring the first and last pages, which measure 7″ square, all pages are spreads that measure 7×14″
Here are a bunch of snapshots of the originals (pardon my phone’s crummy camera, and my shaky hands):

Pages 1, 22 and back cover illustration: $75 + shipping (mailed flat)
Remaining spreads: $150 + shipping (mailed rolled in a tube)

Mail me to enquire about availability and shipping costs to your country!

Special Comixmas offer: Free international shipping on purchases by people following me on Twitter until 20th December 2012!

Original comics art sale: Black Sabbath (intro)

I’m clearing out my drawers of original pages, and the first to go is the artwork for my 2009 Astoria single, Black Sabbath (intro). Have a look at a pdf of the comic here:

Originally part of the Astoria project, Black Sabbath (intro) is a pencil & watercolour comic based on the 20-30 seconds of ambience that precedes the song Black Sabbath.
Barring the first and last pages, which are 7″ square, all pages are spreads that measure 7×14″. It’s meant to be a single, see? 😉

Here are some bad mobile snapshots of the art for sale:

Page 1 & 16: $100 a piece + shipping (mailed flat)
Remaining spreads: $180 a piece + shipping (mailed rolled in a tube)

Mail me to enquire about availability and shipping costs to your country.

Special Comixmas offer: Free international shipping on purchases by people following me on Twitter until 20th December 2012!

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