London’s Tate Britain will host a performance of Dave McKean‘s Black Dog: The Dreams of Paul Nash in November, after the influential illustrator, comic artist, filmmaker and musician delivers another live performance of his incredible multimedia project as part of this year’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival. As Festival fans already know – many having enjoyed the show’s premiere in Kendal back in MayContinue reading Dave McKean’s “Black Dog” heads to Tate Britain
Created by Dave McKean Publisher: Lakes International Comic Art Festival and Hourglass (the Artist’s Book, limited edition of 300 – a graphic novel edition will be published by Dark Horse in October Let me start this item by saying that this is neither a ‘Preview’ nor a ‘Review’. What this is a recounting of the responses I felt reading this book onContinue reading “Black Dog – The Dreams of Paul Nash”, A Reader’s Experience
Award-winning comic creator Dave McKean has just released two new tantalising images from his amazing new project Black Dog – The Dreams of Paul Nash, which gets its world premiere, multimedia launch in Kendal at the end of this month. As we’ve previously reported, most recently here, Black Dog by illustrator, comic artist, filmmaker and musician Dave McKean, one ofContinue reading New Art Released for Dave McKean’s “Black Dog” – World Premiere soon!
As we’ve previously reported, Cumbria will host a world premiere performance and the launch of a unique graphic novel – Black Dog – The Dreams of Paul Nash by Dave McKean – as part of 14-18 NOW, the UK’s official arts programme for the First World War centenary. Initiated by the Lakes International Comic Art Festival,Continue reading Sneak Preview: Black Dog – The Dreams of Paul Nash by Dave McKean
Artist Dave McKean has revealed more details of his upcoming project Black Dog – The Dreams of Paul Nash, his new work co-commissioned by 14-18 NOW, the Lakes International Comic Art Festival and On a Marché sur la Bulle in a new video interview. As we’ve previously reported, Black Dog will get its premiere in Kendal on 28thContinue reading Dave McKean Talks Black Dog, Paul Nash “The Perfect Subject”