Comic Arts Brooklyn 2015 was fantastic!
Thanks to all that came by to see us.
We’re in Montreal Nov 14 + 15 for Expozine 2015,
It’s in a church basement at 5035 Saint-Dominique, you can have a beer whilst you browse, and it’s in Montreal. What could be better?
We’ll be at Broken Pencil’s Canzine Festival of Zine Culture and Independent Arts in Toronto next weekend, Sat Oct 17 1 pm – 7 pm at the Art Gallery of Ontario. We’ll be bringing this new print.
Our new book, We Are Going To Bremen To Be Musicians, is now available for order.
Accordionist and novelist Geoff Berner together with folk-surrealists Tin Can Forest
re-tell this dark, strange German folk tale about four animals running away from their masters to become town musicians in the city of Bremen.
To be released at TCAF / Toronto Comic Arts Festival / 2015.
Book launch/ Release Party will be at The Pilot Bar May 7th, Toronto. Special guest Nina Bunjevac will interview Geoff and Tin Can Forest about the making of the book, followed by an evening performance by Geoff Berner.
We’ll be announcing our new titles for spring 2015 very soon.
We’ll be at the INSPIRE! Toronto International Book Fair Nov 13 -16 being held at the Metro Toronto Convention Center, North Building. This is the first year of this book fair, and we’re really pleased to be a part of it. Come by and visit us in Booth 511. We’ll have our books and a new selection of prints as well.
Our books were reviewed on Pam Grossman’s Phantasmaphile.
Read the full review here.
Our book A Cabbage In A Nutshell has been reviewed in the Comics for Grownups podcast episode 41. You can listen to the review here.
We’re part of Skulptura? / Skulpture? a new comics anthology dedicated to Sculpture, edited by Aleksandar Zograf, and presented as part of the 16th edition of Pančevo Biennial of Art, Serbia.
We loved doing the research to create this image of the Burrowing Owl for the David Suzuki Foundation Species at Risk Campaign. It’s heartbreaking to hear there are fewer than 1000 breeding pairs left in Canada.