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Lost Property (Nobrow 17x23)

Ilustrat de Andy Poyiadgi
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en Limba Engleză Paperback – 21 Apr 2015 – vârsta de la 15 ani
Gerald is just your regular everyday mailman. One day, having lost a precious and personal item, he visits his local lost and found. There he finds far more than he bargained for, because in this "self storage," each and every one of Gerald’s lost possessions has been kept and contained.
Andy Poyiadgi makes films by day and comics by night. He has directed trailers for Heinz, Ford, the Guardian, BBC, BAFTA, and The Sopranos. He has contributed to several anthologies, including Wu Wei and ink+PAPER. His recent comic, Teapot Therapy, was shortlisted for the Observer/Jonathan Cape/Comica Graphic Short Story Prize.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781907704864
ISBN-10: 1907704868
Pagini: 24
Ilustrații: Fully illustrated throughout
Dimensiuni: 165 x 221 x 15 mm
Greutate: 0.14 kg
Editura: Nobrow Press
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The strength of Poyiadgi’s comic […] lies in its scale, and subdued humor and charm, making it’s ideological catechism a more engaging prospect.
&#8212The AV Club

A restrained style reminiscent of Chris Ware’s, Poyiadgi illustrates the episode with small panels featuring slightly distant figures in pale, neatly drawn settings. The general premise is an old favorite, though here it gets an inflection that may appeal best to audiences familiar with the accretion of loss.
&#8212Kirkus Reviews

The 24-page comic format works very well as an introduction to an artist's work – in Poyiadgi's case, Lost Property suggests that he is certainly someone to look out for.
&#8212Creative Review

A joyous reflection on taking ownership of the past and grasping the potential of the future, Lost Property marks the moment that one of comics’ best kept secrets was propelled to the next level of, hopefully international, recognition…
&#8212Broken Frontier

Poyiadgi has put the machinery in place to explore how memory brings us back to who we were, who we are and the decisions made between those two points in our own narratives.
&#8212Comics Bulletin

Through his art and storytelling choices, Poyiadgi crafts both a melancholy and beautiful tale that is nothing less than inspirational. What is lost can never be truly recovered, and why should it when you can build something new out of its very fabric?
&#8212The Comic Age

a slightly surreal and charming tale of the loss and retrieval of dreams and ideals. […] Poyiadgi’s drawings are clean and clear, with a subtle palette. His layouts direct your focus from detail to panorama and back again. It’s visually intriguing and a bit of an homage to the beauty of the everyday objects of our lives, and how their presence – or absence – shape us.
&#8212Joy Corcoran

A nice little story about losing everything and being who you want to be. […] If you're looking for a short, cute story, I would highly recommend checking this out.
&#8212Belle's Beautiful Books

Notă biografică

Andy J Poyiadgi is Graphic Author that makes films by day and comics by night. He has directed trailers for Heinz, Ford, the Guardian, BBC, BAFTA and the Sopranos. His short film Schizofredric won awards at the Garden State Film Festival, Rhode Island International Film Festival, Seattle Sci-Fi Film Festival and Sci-Fi London Film Festival. He has contributed to several anthologies, including: Wu Wei and ink+PAPER. His recent comic, Teapot Therapy, was shortlisted for the Observer/Jonathan Cape/Comica Graphic Short Story Prize.