A 30-something Argentine cartoonist copes with gentrification and uncertain finances in this graphic novel.
Ezequiel García explores the trials and tribulations of transitioning into his 30s as a working artist where the only thing more uncertain than the source of his next paycheck is the future of his hometown Buenos Aires. Garcia’s visual storytelling alternates among finely crafted, architecturally breathtaking depictions of Buenos Aires, revelatory, intimate self-examination, and phantasmorgical metaphorical flights, drawn in nuanced, expressive, grungy brush strokes.
|Product dimensions:||9.40(w) x 9.40(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||16 Years|
About the Author
Ezequiel García is an Argentine artist born in 1975. After studying under Alberto Breccia, García co-edited several comics anthologies and has had short works appear in comics magazines in Europe and South America. In 2000, he was given the comics award at the Salón del Humor de Piracicaba in Brazil. García’s first graphic novel Turning 30 was released in Argentina in 2007. More recently, García has served as a comics teacher, art gallery curator, and co-organizer of the Festival Increible de Historietas, Fanzines y Afines.