You’ve got to love the grotesque humanity captured in Jules Bourgès’s drawings over here on Tumblr.
Take a look at this: Nigel Clark sent Meathaus a package with some postcards, stickers, a comic DOODER No. 2 and a sticky note that reads:
How’ve ya been? I see that you’re keeping well. Here’s my new comic (and some stickers)!
Well thanks, Nigel, it’s cool how you drew different styles of comics in your short story collection DOODER, which I definitely typed more than once as DOOBER before realizing it was DOODER. I think I scanned a few examples here for this post. According to his website, Nigel is a SVA alumnus too [currently flashing secret hand signals at computer screen]. Dig into more drawing and comics on Nigel’s website DOODER.
Dig it: Anna Krzton sent Meathaus a package with a badge, stickers, two mini comics and a postcard with a note that reads:
Thanks for publishing awesome works on your website. Here’s some of my comics (about some Polish cities). I hope you’ll like it!
Dzień dobry Anna, thanks for all these goods. I know about the stress of moving since I think I’ve moved twelve times inside three cities, but I’ve never moved anywhere where the air pollution immediately gives everyone zits or skin problems as you depicted in your comic. Thanks again for the comics! See more from Anna on her website.
Check it out: Artem Filatov sent Meathaus this postcard called “In toad’s hands” with a note on the back:
Greetings from Russia! This is my hand-pulled silkscreen postcard. I send them in the end of each year.
Thanks Artem! Meathaus loves to get postcards from far-away places. It sparks the imagination, and they usually come with curious postage stamps. Love the toad and the decorative AR seal which stands for Anvil Rosenkreuz, which is where you can see more work from Artem as well as on Instagram.
Look at this: Meathaus SOS contributor Christoph Mueller sent Meathaus his solo comic book anthology The Nincompoop No. 1 and an envelope drawing that reads:
“Hey there Meathaüs!
Hope you’ll dig my little D.I.Y. comic book–
Outstanding, Christoph. What a fine production, and self-published, too! You know we at Meathaus can dig that. In terms of digging, The Nincompoop makes me feel like I’ve just dug it out of the stacks of NYC’s comics shops seventeen years ago when I was scoring ’90s era Eightballs and Dirty Plottes and picking up the latest Jimmy Corrigans. You’ll want to find more about this ish over on Mueller’s Journal and check out all the other fine drawing and design work while you are there.
Check it out, a while ago John Carvajal sent Meathaus this package with Scraps, two issues of Anterran and a letter that reads:
Hope you enjoy these comics! Anterran is a collaboration with my friend Simon [Mesnard], theblackcube.fr. Scraps is a collection of short stories I’ve done over the last few years.
[drawing of John blowing steam off of his mug of hot liquid]”
Super, John, thanks for sharing these books with Meathaus. Take a look at more work and drawings with this watercolor wash technique John uses on John’s website, jacarvajal.com, his Tumblr, Instagram and the aforementioned theblackcube.fr,
Check out Arina Korczynski’s art over on Tumblr.