Last Days of Nobodies: Wheatfields After the Rain by Mike Medaglia

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Printed in full colour, across 40 B5 pages.

Limited to 100 signed and numbered copies

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“A beautifully paced example of Medaglia’s pensive and meditative narratives that are always worthy of your time – delicately constructed and reflective in delivery”

Andy Oliver, Broken Frontier

Avery Hill Publishing are over the moon to announce a very limited printing of Last Days Of Nobodies: Wheatfields After The Rain, by breakout writer and artist Mike Medaglia.

Limited to a run of just 100 copies, with each one signed and numbered by Medaglia, Last Days Of Nobodies: Wheatfields After The Rain is a graphic exploration of the last days in the life of Vincent van Gogh.

Poetically written and drawn in loose, scratchy pencil, with Medaglia’s signature dramatic-yet-subtle colour work, it weaves the tale of an [...]

Grey Area: From the City to the Sea by Tim Bird

RELEASED ON 20TH OCTOBER 2014

*PRE-RELEASE OFFER – ALL COPIES BOUGHT BEFORE THE OFFICIAL RELEASE DATE OF 20TH OCTOBER 2014 WILL BE SKETCHED IN AND PERSONALISED BY TIM WITH A MESSAGE OF YOUR CHOOSING!*

Printed in A4 size, across 36 full colour pages.

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Avery Hill Publishing are delighted to announce the release of Grey Area: From The City To The Sea, by critically acclaimed writer and artist Tim Bird.

In this issue, Tim travels east out of London to the North Sea, through the outskirts of the City, suburban streets and marginal spaces, loosely following the route of the River Thames to the estuary and beyond.

From The City To The Sea is a comic about this landscape and how personal stories and historical memories become embedded in this place.

AHP @ D.I.Y. Art Market in Hackney on 30/08/14

We’re delighted to announce we’ll be at the Hackney Flea Market in Stoke Newington on Saturday 30th August for the inaugural D.I.Y. Art Market! There are plenty of great exhibitors there + food, drink and music so it’s going to be a fun day! It all kicks off at 11am and entry is free. You can get all of the details HERE.