Check out the latest issue of the online culture and men’s fashion magazine Aklasu, featuring a cover image by yours truly: http://mag.aklasu.co
Aklasu is also a purveyor of high quality handmade Italian neckties, bowties, ascots and pochettes, available for purchase at their online store: http://store.aklasu.co/
Bareknuckle Poet has now put out a third t-shirt design featuring one of my drawings of Rimbaud. Why not collect them all?
As you can see, my drawing (from 10 years ago now!) is closely based on two contemporary drawings of the boy wonder, by Félix Régamey and by Verlaine, filtered somewhat through the sensibility of Hergé (Tintin).
Find all three Rimbaud t-shirts here: http://www.redbubble.com/people/bareknucklepoet/collections/323609-julian-peters
along with many other fabulous literary-themed t-shirts available from the Bareknuckle Poet here: http://www.redbubble.com/people/bareknucklepoet
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I’m pleased to announce that a specially comissioned drawing of a roughed-up-looking Arthur Rimbaud by yours truly is now being used as an official header for Bareknuckle Poet, the fantastic Australian on-line journal of letters: http://bareknucklepoet.com/
This design is now also available as a t-shirt design, along with the Bareknuckle Poet logo, which you can purcase from their on-line store: http://www.redbubble.com/people/bareknucklepoet/shop
Here you can also find other t-shirts feauturing my drawings of Rimbaud, and many more beautiful literary-themed designs.
When I was in my early twenties, an older friend handed down to me a beloved old blue t-shirt of his featuring a passage of poetry by Arthur Rimbaud, whose writings and person I had recently become obsessed with. I wore it so frequently as to render its already less than pristine fabric threadbare and tattered and the quote completely illegible. Then a few years later, another friend gave me another Rimbaud-themed t-shirt, which I also adored, and continue to wear to this day, although it has long since become faded and shapeless through countless washings. I guess what I’m saying is, everybody needs a Rimbaud t-shirt of their own to love and wear down to the ground, and now you can have just that, a t-shirt featuring a drawing of that great “Tintin of poetry” by yours truly. The folks over at the brilliant Australian online journal of letters Bareknuckle Poet are releasing a series of shirts featuring my pen and ink portraits of Rimbaud, the first of which is presently available in a wide variety of sizes and colours. Shirts are Non-sweatshop with high-quality fabric, to stand up to obsessively repeated wearings.
Also check out their many other wonderful literary-themed t-shirts available from the Bareknuckle Poet store (printed through Redbubble):
The online edition of the Italian poetry magazine Atelier has just published my comics adaptation of Giuseppe Ungaretti’s haunting WWI poem “Veglia” (“Vigil”). More collaborazioni to come! The comic is the product of an ongoing collaboration with translators and literary scholars Marco Sonzogni and Ross Woods, and with the New Zealand Centre for Literary Translation at Victoria University in Wellington.
Posted in comic book poetry, Giuseppe Ungaretti, marco sonzogni, new zealand centre for literary translation, Poetry Comics, ross woods, victoria university wellington
Tagged fumetti, prima guerra, rivista atelier, veglia, vigil, world war one poetry
A recent interview with the India-based arts & culture magazine Eye: