Avery Hill sent us the cover images and solicitation information for two new books available from the company.
Internal Wilderness by Claire Scully
A journal of a sequence of events occurring over a period of time and location in space.
Based in London, Freelance illustrator Claire Scully works in pen, ink and digital with a heavy focus on drawing. Her work explores a variety of themes including the relationship between ‘man’ and his environment. Internal Wilderness is part of an ongoing project looking at ‘landscape and memory’ – our relationship with the environment, effects we have on the world and space around us and in turn it’s profound affect on our own memory and emotions. Each of these landscapes is a starting point to a much bigger adventure that strives to answer the question of what lays beyond the horizon. Within the space on each sheet of paper a world can be created either from a distant memory of a childhood holiday or from the desire to see parts of the world that for now are only dreamed about.
Metro/and #3 by Ricky Miller and Julia Scheele
The third issue of Miller & Scheele’s twisting musical Sci-Fi series turns it’s attention
to Kevin, the fixer, bodyguard and roadie of the band Electric Dreams. Kevin starts to investigate the disappearance of Jessica Hill and his discoveries take him to the mysterious record company, Skywalker Recordings, home of many of the greatest artists in the history of popular music. Meanwhile, Kathy lets the Five Years Cult in on her ability to see visions of the future and Stardust’s life takes a further turn for the worse.
All this, plus a brilliant new extra Metroland strip about a neverending party, written and drawn by exciting new comics talent, Bethan Mure.