I Feel Machine

Stories by Shaun Tan, Tillie Walden, Box Brown, Krent Able, Erik Svetoft and Julian Hanshaw
 
 
SelfMadeHero (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 20. September 2018
 
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 128 Seiten
978-1-910593-55-4 (ISBN)
 
Technology has transformed the way we communicate and consume, how we work and fall in love and navigate the world. We are increasingly reliant on it - but few of us know anything about the science that is driving this technological change. Here, six graphic novelists present reports from the digital frontier. Exploring everything from AI to virtual reality, I FEEL MACHINE is by turns cautionary and celebratory, touching and terrifying. It challenges and confronts the digital world using the most technologically efficient machine ever invented: the book.
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Full Colour
  • Höhe: 241 mm
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  • Breite: 174 mm
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  • Dicke: 17 mm
  • 469 gr
978-1-910593-55-4 (9781910593554)
Julian Hanshaw won the Observer/Jonathan Cape/Comica short story award in 2008 for "Sand Dunes and Sonic Booms." He is the author of the graphic novels I'm Never Coming Back and the Prix Europa-winning The Art of Pho. His most recent book, Tim Ginger, was shortlisted for the British Comic Award and the LA Times Book Award. Julian also contributed to the multi-award-winning Hoax: Psychosis Blues. He lives on the south coast of the UK with his wife, Sarah, and spends too much time thinking about cricket.

Krent Able is a London-based comics artist and illustrator. He first started making comics in 2009 for The Stool Pigeon music magazine, and his Big Book Of Mischief was published in 2012 by Knockabout Comics, home of Robert Crumb and Alan Moore. In 2013 he exhibited in The Vice Illustration Show; in 2014 his work was included in the "Comics Unmasked" exhibition at The British Library; and in 2015 he illustrated the book Jolly Lad by John Doran. Krent's comics and illustrations have also appeared in The Guardian, the NME, and on VICE.com and Buzzfeed, and he has designed record sleeves, T-shirts, and posters for the rock bands Future Of The Left and Kite Base. In 2016, he co-wrote and starred in Ink, Cocks & Rock 'N' Roll, a short film about Able by award-winning film director Matt Harlock.
"In some ways aiming to be the Black Mirror of graphic anthologies, I Feel Machine features six cartoonists each exploring the intersection between humanity and technology" -- ComicsBeat "Satirical and frequently unsettling, this is as cautionary as it is entertaining." -- Booklist

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