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Launch Party: Solipsistic Pop 3



Celebrate the launch of Solipsistic Pop 3 at a party in Camden’s Black Heart.

Solipsistic Pop is a biannual anthology designed to spotlight the best in alternative Comic art from the UK. The anthology was created by Tom Humberstone who edits and designs each book. It features diverse, beautiful, twisted and peculiar Comics that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Book three contains 80 pages of comic art created to be accessible to readers of all ages. 30 exclusive stories from 26 of the best comic artists, illustrators and designers working in the UK today. Includes a free Solipsistic Pop pencil to create your own comic and an A3 poster with re-peelable stickers. Contributors include Kristyna Baczynski, Becky Barnicoat, Adam Cadwell, Warwick Johnson Cadwell, Francessca Cassavetti, Faz Choudhury, David O’Connell, Darryl Cunningham, Rob Davis, Joe Decie, John Cei Douglas, Marc Ellerby, Sarah Gordon, Anne Holiday, Tom Humberstone, Daniel Locke, Lizz Lunney, Mark Oliver, Luke Pearson, Octavia Raitt, Edward Ross, Philippa Rice, Anna Saunders, Julia Scheele, Tom Smith, and Andrew Waugh.

At the launch party the fantastic comedians Bec Hill and Terry Saunders will be performing, as will the wonderful MJ Hibbett. We’ll also be joined by DJ Bitter Fingers who’ll see us through to the 12.30 close.More…

Tickets: Entry is £3
Where: Black Heart, Camden, London NW1 0AP
When: Friday, November 12, 2010 - 8pm to 12.30am

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