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Comic Atlas Finnland

Comic Atlas Finnland

Comic Atlas Finnland

The best of contemporary Finnish comics in German. Edited by Kalle Hakkola & Sascha Hommer Published by Reprodukt, 2014 240 pages, 25 x 32 cm ISBN 978-3-943143-83-6 On sale in Finland at the Comics Center and webstore at 34,00 €. Artists: Roope Eronen, Matti Hagelberg, Jarno Latva-Nikkola, Mika Lietzén, Hanneriina Moisseinen, Tommi Musturi, Reetta Niemensivu, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Ville Ranta, Anna Sailamaa, Marko Turunen and Amanda Vähämäki. See sample images at Reprodukt’s website.

Finnish comics present at Leipzig Book Fair 2012

Finnish Comics Annual 2012 launches today in Leipzig. The book will be celebrated this evening at local culture center Moritzbastei and throughout the weekend at Leipzig Book Fair. In addition to the launch, the fair will host the Comics&Comments exhibition featuring art from Finnish, Hungarian and Estonian comic artists. The Finnish artists taking part are Mari Ahokoivu, Kaisa Leka, Tommi Musturi and Ville Tietäväinen, of whom Ahokoivu will also be present at the fair. Other Finnish guests include Ville Ranta, Petteri Tikkanen, Kalle Hakkola and the editor of FCA, Reija Sann. The program will also feature live-drawing, panel discussions and workshops.

Fumetto, Mocca and Kuplii

Now that the Finnish Comics Annual 2011 has materialised in a 2 kg pink book, zealous finnish comic artists and journalist will promote the book all over the world. Last weekend the Finnish Comics Annual 2011 (or FCA among friends) debuted on two important international comic festivals. Ville Hänninen talked about Finnish comics, his selection process for the anthology and the angle he worked on at the “Spotlight on the world” panel saturday at 3.30 during the Mocca Fest 2011, which took place in New York at 69th Regiment Armory. Also this year there will be a distinct Finnish and Scandinavian presence at the exhibitors hall.

Finnish Comics Annual 2011

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FINNISH COMICS ANNUAL 2011
ISBN 978-952-5724-31-8
(HUUDA HUUDA & The Finnish Comics Society, 2011)

Artists: Terhi Ekebom, Matti Hagelberg, Jyrki Heikkinen, Ina Kallis, Kati Kovács, Reijo Kärkkäinen, Jarno Latva-Nikkola, Hanneriina Moisseinen, Tommi Musturi, Pauliina Mäkelä, Jyrki Nissinen, Ville Pirinen, Aapo Rapi, Jii Roikonen, Jenni Rope, Jukka Tilsa, Marko Turunen, Riitta Uusitalo, Jari Vaara and Amanda Vähämäki

Finnish Comics Annual 2011 is a massive 300-page anthology that launches the yearly publications of the FCA series. Editor Ville Hänninen has picked 20 contemporary artists and examines in his accompanying article the peculiar worlds so often featured in Finnish comics – the worlds which are born at the cross-section of everyday reality and imagination.

Finnish Comics blog kick-off

This part of the site will be devoted to spreading the gospel of Finnish Comics by sharing links, highlighting interesting writings and keeping you up to date with the current affairs in the finnish comics scenes. At the same time there might slip in a few reviews or articles about interesting international comic artist that deserve wider recognition in Finland. Here’s a link to the Helsinki Times’ article about the celebration of hundred years of Finnish Comics and the prestigious Puupäähattu award that went to Tommi Musturi this year. Welcome!

Finnish comics in the MoCCA festival!

Finnish comics and artists will be present in the MoCCA comics festival next weekend (10th-11th April) in New York. You have a change to get to know work of five artists (and maybe meet them): Tommi Musturi, Anna Sailamaa, Kaisa Leka, Kaija Papu and Mari Ahokoivu. Finnish journalist Ville Hänninen will also be talking about Finnish art & indie comics in panel discussion “A Scandinavian Comics Primer” on Sunday (3.15 PM).

“Tell me more..” – International Comics Exhibition in Riga opens on February 7th 2009

On the 7th of February at 7 pm open the first international comics art exhibition in Latvia “Tell me more…”in Korpusu cehs (Andrejsala). The exhibition is organised by the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Arts (LCCA) and the comics magazine kuš! The exhibition will showcase artworks of 14 artists or artist collectives from France, Germany, Switzerland, Finland, Sweden, Slovenia, Netherlands and Latvia.
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