Graphic novels on the Holodomor
Article by: Anna Lazareyeva Translated from an article by Anna Lazareyeva for BBC (November 13, 2010) and an article in Ukrainska Pravda (December 2, 2014) GRAPHIC NOVELS ABOUT THE HOLODOMOR AND OTHER STORIES FROM LIFE IN THE USSR HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED IN FRANCE “It all started as a project about Chekhov’s home in Yalta. But …
Drawing the Iron Curtain
The Italian graphic novelist Igort went to Ukraine in 2008 and stayed for nearly two years. He met people at marketplaces and on country roads, and drew their lives. The living voices and the vivid images in his book are those of the powerless.
All About Japan: Igort on The Mystery of Japan - TheOASG
A couple of weeks ago, Chronicle Books released Japanese Notebooks by one of the most well known Italian artists, Igort. From his personal experiences in Japan to the many memories and art he has seen, he’s distilled it into an 184 page hardcover work. Now it’s available in English. Thanks to Chronicle Books I was […]