Gosh! presents: process

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01/03/2017 7:00 pm - 01/03/2017 9:00 pm
Gosh! Comics, Berwick Street, London, United Kingdom
Address: Gosh! Comics, Berwick Street, London, United Kingdom
Process is a monthly comics workshop/discussion group based at Gosh! Comics. Join us on the first Wednesday of every month to talk comics and showcase your work. Web: www.goshlondon.com

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  • Scottish Cartoonists Society Promo
    01/03/2018 8:00 pm - 01/03/2018 11:00 pm

    Scottish Cartoonists Society Promo

    Regular and informal monthly meet up in Glasgow on the first Thursday of the month – all current and aspiring writers, artists, creators and comics fans are welcome. These monthly meets have been going since 1978 and are a great opportunity to meet like-minded people over a few drinks. It’s completely informal – bring along comics, artwork, scripts, ideas in your head etc. if you’d like but, mainly, just bring yourself! All-comers will be welcomed and there’s no need to ‘join’ anything in order to turn up - check our Facebook site (events section) and PM the site or Eli Winter if you’d like more details.

    All welcome and feel to invite your friends!

    More information on the Society here on Facebook

  • Rian Hughes: Logo-a-Gogo Talk and Signing - Gosh 15th March 2018
    15/03/2018 7:30 pm - 15/03/2018 9:00 pm

    Rian Hughes: Logo-a-Gogo Talk and Signing - Gosh 15th March 2018

    Comics artist and designer Rian Hughes will be at Gosh! in London on Thursday 15th March 2018 for a talk and q&a to celebrate the launch of his new book on pop culture branding, Logo-a-Gogo.

    Rian embodies the word prolific. Since starting work in the 1980s his work in illustration, graphic design, and typography have come to define an aesthetic: clean, chameleon-like but always distinctive. Now his latest book from Korero Press, Logo-a-Gogo, gives us a peek behind the scenes, charting the design process for some of his most famous logos, including Batman and Robin, Spider-Man, the X-Men, Captain America and Wolverine along with many others from a vast range of clients; from bands to artists, boutique fashion retailers to international corporations.

    With an introduction by Grant Morrison, the Eisner award-winning comics writer and longtime Hughes collaborator, this is an amazing resource for designers, typographers, and comic book illustrators to draw on in brand identity and other graphic design projects.

    Rian will also be signing copies of his recent strip collection I Am A Number.

    It's sure to be a fascinating night, but if you can't make it and you'd like something signed, email Gosh! at info@goshlondon.com. You can pre-order a signed copy of Logo-A-Gogo for collection or mail order on the Gosh! webstore.

    • Rian Hughes: Logo-a-Gogo Talk and Signing 7.30 - 9.00pm Thursday 15th March 2018 Gosh Comics, 1 Berwick Street, London W1F 0DR. Tel: 02074370187 | Email: info@goshlondon.com

    • Keep up to date on the Facebook event page


  • Gosh! Comics Logo
    21/03/2018 7:00 pm - 21/03/2018 9:00 pm

    Capers! is a monthly meet-up at Gosh! Comics that explores and celebrates the world of super-heroes.  On the third Wednesday of every month we’ll spotlight a different character or team and, with the help of our audience and guest speakers, breakdown their history and share our favourite moments.

    Web: www.goshlondon.com

  • 07/07/2018 All day

    Small Press Day, a celebration of self-publishing, DIY culture, and grassroots comics across the UK and Ireland is back for a third outing on Saturday 7th July 2018. More information will be revealed soon.

    In 2016, an idea born on Twitter led to a series of nationwide events in a matter of weeks. The inaugural Small Press Day – a celebratory event designed to spotlight the possibilities of small press publishing and to introduce its practitioners to the far wider audience they deserve – proved to be a phenomenal success.

    In 2016, no less than 25 events championing the small press were held across the UK and Ireland on the same day  – including shop signings, fairs, panels and workshops – resulting in #SmallPressDay to trend throughout – and it grew further last year.

    This year SPD is back looking to build on its first two years, with events being lined up at at one of the comic stores/venues across the UK, offering many opportunities to meet the next generation of superstar comic creators, zine makers, and DIY micro publishers.

    • Join the celebration of all things small press and make #SmallPressDay2018 bigger, better, and bolder | Web: smallpressday.co.uk | Follow Small Press Day on Twitter @SmallPressDay

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