There is a small exhibition of original artwork up at Orbital Comics from December 9 to January 15 which includes an extensive look at John Mier’s creative process in developing the folder design for the book (part of which is featured in the above flyer).
There won’t be a private view due to an extremely busy December for both Orbital and the contributors of Solipsistic Pop but there may well be a “closing night” event on January 15 – watch this space…
After a successful launch at Concrete, the Comica Comiket and Thought Bubble – Solipsistic Pop 4 is now available to order online here.
“The wake up call I needed to remind me of the wealth of top quality British comics available” (9/10)
– Comics Anonymous
“An exceptionally creative set of stories”
– Tim Noakes, Dazed & Confused
“[One of] 2011’s Best Graphic Novels”
– Tom Gatti, The Times
“Flying the flag for print, journeying and the finest in alternative comic talent”
– Emily Gosling, Design Week
“The epitome of “lovingly hand-crafted”, this is the finest British comics anthology I can ever recall with the most luxurious production values which speak of a true love of comics”
– Stephen Holland, Page 45
Any orders between December 2nd and December 19th will also receive an exclusive comics-themed Christmas postcard by editor Tom Humberstone:
A set of 10 is available to purchase here.
Solipsistic Pop 4 is also stocked at Orbital Comics, Gosh!, Page 45, OK Comics, and Travelling Man.
If you would like your local comic shop, book store, library, school or university to stock Solipsistic Pop – please quote the ISBN number: 978-0-9570519-0-4.