My brother Ola has been working on his Magnum Opus for over two years now, the graphic novel Haugson. And I’m telling you because it’s all finished now, and available in shops and stuff! He just came back from a small book tour in Stockholm & Oslo comics expo, getting rave reviews (or so I hear). More photos and things at his facebook page, too.
And don’t worry about language barriers, cause there ain’t no text in there, bruv. The entire story is told via, um, images.
You can buy it at various book shops in Norway, and of course right here in our webshop. If you’re lucky you won’t get one of the copies he took a bath in.
I was just in Oslo, playing a live/DJ-set hybrid thing in the back yard venue first, then a sweaty bouncy sexy set inside later that night. Three main ponts to take away:
1. Dattera til Hagen is… Amazing. about 1200 half-drunk, smiling, dancing people will leave that impression.
2. I need new luggage. The airport security is killing me every time. Or just take the train.
3. I could tour the world with this setup. Laptop with traktor & Maschine (synched), X1, Maschine Mikro and an LPK25, using the house mixer. Easy to set up, built like a tank.
More pictures inside the article:
Looks like this new camera is kind of addictive… These photos are from a recent trip to Denmark, and the Norwegian Constitution day.
I’m super glad for my new a6000 camera, especially now that I’ve gotten an old 50mm 1.4 lens on there. Here are some bragging photos!
On the 17th of May, the mastodon of house music John Talabot will come visit us at Nabovarsel, at a party that is plotting out to be one for the history books. I made a rather unorthodox poster for the event, a mixed media painting based on an old painting found at a garage sale.