News — Asterix

Asterix and Obelix take a hike

Posted by John Reynolds on

Asterix and Obelix are going for a stroll, with the hound Dogmatix. Handpulled screenprints, made in west London. 

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Farewell Asterix creator Albert Uderzo

Posted by John jpr@thecomicartwebsite.com on

Tribute to Albert Uderzo, Asterix draughtsman, from his colleagues, after his death at the age of 92

 

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ASTERIX AND OOR WULLIE: TWO NEW MEDIUM FORMAT SCREENPRINTS

Posted by John jpr@thecomicartwebsite.com on

I’ve just printed two images in medium format for the first time: Asterix dances and Oor Wullie gives a peace sign.

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New batch of Asterix prints on the drier

Posted by John Patrick Reynolds on

I have bled the ink to the edge of the mould-made paper to maximise the vividness of the screenprint. This image is taken from the Asterix books – it is actually one of those used at the beginning of each book to introduce the characters. I am the the first and only British screenprinter to […]

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NEW PRINT: Asterix and the omni-shambles

Posted by John Patrick Reynolds on

Asterix and the omni-shambles. Our Gaulish hero is in the company of a couple of burly tribesmen, who are accusing him of causing mayhem, chaos, an omni-shambles. The word was invented by writer Tony Roche, and it was first used in 2009 in the BBC’s political satire The Thick Of It. This screenprint was commissioned by his […]

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