Saturday, October 11, 2008

Bamboo frog has some reading to do




After much procrastinating I'm finally posting France's fabulous follow up to Andrea's pages on Miguel's moley. Let me guess, I think France likes Paul Auster. This moley, by the way, is the second on my desk waiting for my own contribution. The pressure!

9 comments:

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Oh, I've been so looking forward to something turning up on this blog. France, I ADORE it. I really adore it. I cannot believe I've never drawn my book shelf. Why is that? I'm teling you now that I AM going to. I'm just pinching this idea straight off you. I'm sorry, I have to.

Amazing.

wagonized said...

The pleasure and the privilege would be mine, Andrea!! I just posted it on my blog and i still don't think my books blend with the buttons, but i really couldn't find a solution for it.

free[k]hand said...

So this is my moley! Wow, I can't believe what you've done! The transition is fantastic and I absolutely love the drawing... and its content!
Bamboo Frog has done most of the work since he has already read some of these books (Neruda, surely all Auster, and probably Simenon and Hesse and maybe Gotlib if this Gotlib is Marcel Gotlieb). And just on these days, after reading David Mazzucchelli's awesome comic adaptation (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_of_Glass:_The_Graphic_Novel ) he was re-reading Auster's "The NY Trilogy".
I think you and Bamboo Frog have similar tastes about books!

africantapestry said...

I just love your moley. I haven't visited in a while and it was just an inspiration to catch up on all your additions. So creative and well done and full of fun and humour...great work.
Ronell

wagonized said...

Miguel, you've got the Marcel Gotlib right too!
Can't believe we've read so much of the same authors. I don't know why i own a Simenon book in English, but i do. I recently re-read "Leviathan" by Paul Auster.

wagonized said...

I HAVE to get David Mazzucchelli's book!

juj said...

this is incredible France - simply incredible. And I am off to find that Mazzucchelli book too. Thanks for the tip Miguel.

blackamore said...
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blackamore said...

My my! You all moley gangs are SO much intriguing!!