zondag 13 april 2014


 Just released a new fullcolour zine with glitch, datamoshing, and other distortions on slormpjes inconsistent face-body relationships.

vrijdag 22 november 2013

Comics and the Abstract: Marc Terstroet

("lucky nonetheless..")

 ("according to this genealogy I am my own baby sister!....(..)"
Marc Terstroet

Ypsilon press 1983

woensdag 16 oktober 2013

A propelled point.

An unbound stroke, the mobility agent is a point, 
propelled freely onto the unmarked plane.

zondag 6 oktober 2013


Van de bovenste plank: Mark Smeets & Herenleed.

((?)Herenleed;  Armando en Cherry Duyns
 Tekeningen: Mark Smeets 
in VPRO gids 30dec 1995))

woensdag 25 september 2013

Points (1)


Simmons,Shane.Longshot Comics Book One:The Long and Unlearned Life of Roland Gethers.  Slave Labor Graphics(1996)

vrijdag 14 juni 2013

a straight line

"A straight line is the shape that results from removing all asymmetries from a non-closed curve".
Michael Leyton

 Bradford Books. April 1, 1999
0262621312 978-0262621311

dinsdag 14 mei 2013

The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman

"I am now beginning to get fairly into my work; and by the help of a vegetable diet, with a few of the cold seeds, I make no doubt but I shall be able to go on with my uncle Toby’s story, and my own, in a tolerable strait line. Now,

These were the four lines I moved in through my first, second, third, and fourth volumes.—In the fifth volume I have been very good,——the precise line I have described in it being this:

By which it appears, that except at the curve, marked A, where 348 I took a trip to Navarre,—and the indented curve B, which is the short airing when I was there with the Lady Baussiere and her page,—I have not taken the least frisk of a digression, till John de la Casse’s devils led me the round you see marked D.—for as for c c c c c they are nothing but parentheses, and the common ins and outs incident to the lives of the greatest ministers of state; and when compared with what men have done,—or with my own transgressions at the letters A B D—they vanish into nothing.
In this last volume I have done better still—for from the end of Le Fever’s episode, to the beginning of my uncle Toby’s campaigns,—I have scarce stepped a yard out of my way.
If I mend at this rate, it is not impossible——by the good leave of his grace of Benevento’s devils——but I may arrive hereafter at the excellency of going on even thus:
which is a line drawn as straight as I could draw it, by a writing-master’s ruler (borrowed for that purpose), turning neither to the right hand or to the left.
This right line,—the path-way for Christians to walk in! say divines——
——The emblem of moral rectitude! says Cicero——
——The best line! say cabbage planters——is the shortest line, says Archimedes, which can be drawn from one given point to another.——
I wish your ladyships would lay this matter to heart, in your next birth-day suits!
——What a journey!
Pray can you tell me,—that is, without anger, before I write my chapter upon straight lines——by what mistake——who told them so——or how it has come to pass, that your men of wit and genius have all along confounded this line, with the line of GRAVITATION?"