Archive | September, 2013

The origin story

30 Sep

Every stupor-hero has an origin story – in the “I Wanna Be A Travellar (and a artist)” series of comics – this is MY origin story
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Tune in tomorrow – and each day of October for a new comic / sketch from our travels in Far North Queensland!

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A new travel comics

29 Sep

2013 get an issue of I wanna be a travellar!!!!
AWESOME stuff!
I’ll post up a few here each week so you can keep up with all the fun adventures had by Nadine and I in Far North Queensland – what a great way to look forward to Tasmanian Summer!
Here’s the cover – Nadine’s carrying a machete if I didn’t draw it well enough – these pics were drawn really fast on my holidays – it’s kind of hard to keep up regular drawing in your sketchbook when you’re having so much fun – and driving around so much, but I managed to get in about 24 or so pages! I’ll make a print-version as well.
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Ideal Wife – Hobart band

27 Sep

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Justice Yeldham

26 Sep

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Writings by Craig

2 Sep

I have been asked by numerous people about further writings by Craig San Roque. They are not easy to find, but they can indeed be found. The majority of his writings are in volumes that can be bought from the States. I really recommend you get them in front of your eyeballs and into your brains so I tried to compile some of them here for ya – SO

Here’s a list (not exhaustive) of books that contain articles, essays etc by Craig San Roque

An article in the book Landmarks – entitled Coming to Terms With Country.
Psyche and the City has a corker called Sydney/Purgatorio.
Academic pieces can be found also – here’s one with Dr Leon Petchkovksy.
Growing up in Central Australia – this book has a great article by Craig about his Alice Springs backyard and the way people move around it – really interesting!
Placing Psyche – Edited by Craig and others.
A Long Weekend in Alice Springs was originally contained in The Cultural Complex: contemporary Jungian perspectives on Psyche and Society.
The essay of The Long Weekend was adapted into a comic by me, Joshua Santospirito, and can be found at SanKessto Publications, in this volume he wrote a beautiful piece that went into the book called A Book of Sand, the name of which was taken from the book of the same name “The Book of Sand” by Jorge Louis Borges.
Here’s an article about Petrol Sniffing and psychic pain.
An article/interview with Craig in the Alice News.

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