Dylan Horrocks cartoon fundraiser for the Greens

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This is the original black & white art for page 152 of Dylan Horrocks’s graphic novel Sam Zabel and the Magic Pen (published 2014, nominated for an Eisner Award).

In this sequence, the main characters find themselves inside the land of Cockaygne, an imaginary paradise described in a medieval manuscript, where food is plentiful and no-one goes hungry.

Trademe auction is here (closes Sunday evening)

 

 

2 comments on “Dylan Horrocks cartoon fundraiser for the Greens”

  1. Adrian Thornton 1

    Great to see an artist being directly involved in politics… I wish more would take direct action through their various mediums, wouldn’t it be inspiring to see and hear a movement of political or revolutionary art emerge from NZ.
    Howard Zinn “Artists in the time of War”

  2. seeker 2

    How about this from Toby Morris or Pencilsword. Straight to the point, in fact the very heart……. of the matter.

    http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/on-the-inside/336881/turei-s-exit-no-fairytale-ending

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