Stephen Jay Gould quote, soon out in a limited edition of silkscreen printed posters

support. don't punish

Yesterday was the International Anti-Drug day so the Romanian Harm Reduction Network decided to celebrate by publishing a flash back of the war on drugs. Find out more on and Breaking the taboo. Romania is currently facing an HIV epidemic and an almost complete lack of funding for harm reduction methods.

panda lady

figurine for Balamuc show this Sunday in Timișoara, one homeless lady with heat resistant superpowers, freeze prove get-up and wonder mop.

bandes dessinées

Dada East tripped over crippled level of French in one comic for Regard

Stripburger #63

been featured in the latest Stripburger, alongside craftsmen like: Léo Quievreux, Ville Ranta,Szczepan Atroszko,Dunja JankovićLars Sjunnesson and other masterful ding bats.

project - Krems 2014

took almost 2 months in the making, this little experiment. In February and March 2014, I went for some winding walks around the Krems region, during an Artist in Residence program. The project's outcome: several comics in varying formats, 3d figurines (out of wax, wood, porcelain, paper) and linocut prints, all bound together in a limited edition booklet.

i am a raging herpes

i am a raging herpes / the kinda stuff they use to / coat defected dildos with / I wipe your contempt / I nurse your disgust / comfort your condescendence / & cradle your denial


the months of February and March drifted by like an early breeze of spring. Was the first time I got the chance to be an artist in residence. Been trying to digest what the experiment has meant for me but I guess I'll only be able to draw the line in a couple of years. Saw a lot of exhibits, made a comic booklet, several figurines and a lot of sketches. Above is a micro-summary. Here's also a list of some creative individuals who shared the experience and their stories with me: ❑ Andrea Kalinová,✈ Monika Vrancová, ☄Miako Klein Zsolt MolnarAdam Dallos, ≡Bonnie Jones≡, ✒ László Darvasi and ✑ Joanna Bator.

Czech comic interrupted

Back in November 2013 I started working on a comic based on the Allied Troops' take over of Prague in 1968. Back in November 2013 I started working on a comic based on the Allied Troops' invasion of Prague in 1968.
The comic was interrupted, however the story moved on and developed under the crafty hands of manga master AkiraThe comic book will be released this Wednesday, check the event here .

Nextcomic 2014 peeps and exhibit

Nextcomic Festival took place this March and early April somewhere around Linz, Wels and Steyr. A lot of big, huge and gargantuan names, a larger number of venues than in previous years and several slightly demented parties at Der Rote Krebs, KAPU and Roeda. Amongst the giants: Max Andersson(his comics and movie Tito on ice), M.S. Bastian, Joseph Lambert, Kus komiks, Sharmila Banerjee, Andy Leuenberger, Hirntrust, Lilli Gärtner & Christina Gransow, Gerhard Haderer, Christoph Abbrederis, Roiss & Silke Müller, Simon H. of Tonto Comics, Paul Paetzel, Kyle Platts, David Mathews, Tisch 14 and little old me. Had an exhibition at Röda, sold a few comics and panicked way too much. All in all 'twas a jolly good time.

see you at Next Comics Festival! I'll be somewhere there •☼•☃

Erich Fromm comix engraving

My first comics engraving started out after reading Erich Fromm's To have or to be. Here are some shots  of theprocess and the sketch for the final piece.

you need to be +18 to view this comics. it's desperately obscene and gruesomely portrayed!

10 years of Romanian comics

back in February  2013 finished this comics for comiXconnection - a free-floating platform that gathers works from a hefty number of cartoonists from around Eastern Europe. A gargantuan list of Romanian cartoonists & comic publishers present in the upper comics here follows (in random memory order):
Sefeu, Maria Surducan, Ileana Surducan, Puiu Manu, The Book of George, Cup of ComicsTamba, Jumatatea Plina, Hardcomics, Aooleu, Harap Alb continua, Revista Comics, Dan Perjovschi, Roman Tolici, Matei Branea, Ciubi, Fredo&Pid'gin, Otaku, Livia Rusz, Sandu Florea, Dodo Niță, Istoria Benzii Desenate, Muzeul Benzii Desenate, KF Arad, Neuro, Linda, Glorioasa Fanzina.  Here are some shots from the exhibition that's currently being hosted by the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Bucharest.

one run down Romanian village is the playground for brute force and "democratic" war fare. Para military are going about
the village giving out fines to villagers, beating up old nannies, to protect Chevron's corporate interests. A prime example
of how our fair government is violating human rights to boost their financial accounts for Christmas.
Thank you Chevron, it's as always a rape doing business with you!

Illustration for a text by Radu Paraschivescu, out in the December issue of Esquire Romania.

Meanwhile, mayhem rumbles in bowels as policemen turn into hill billies. They're running around beating up
locals in a small Romanian village, to peacefully make way for Chevron's intoxicating colonization. A fusion of Communist mentality and capitalist hardware, pumped by delirious doses of stupidity, equals our absurd national tragedy. More details about the history of events  here  and a recent article in the Guardian

Urmuz,Victor Brauner,Gherasim Luca,Dolfi Trost,Paul Păun,Gellu Naum and Paul Celan were spotted inhabiting one rectangle, some micron bitcoins ago.

limited edition silksreen prints, pișcoturi, comics and jiggling juices.
this Saturday, 16th of Brumaire, 18:00 over here

days drag on

prinde orbu' scoate-i ochii!

Short story long, in case it all looks too tangled up in images:
I live in a country much like any other 2nd world country. On the fringes of the 1st world, drilled by corporate interests
and dismantled by political corruption. Romania's currently facing a heavy load of ecological dangers and social dis-
array. Mining projects threaten our natural environment, stray dogs are going to be euthanized on the conveyor belt,
while we watch televised translations and debates about the elephant in the living room. Ignorance used to be bliss.

Gabriel Resources is an international gold corporation that's been pushing for 13 years to grab Romanian resources
through a mining project in the Carpathian mountains. The government's recently drafted a special law, tailored to fit
the corporate demands. The outcome of their agreement will be a natural disaster, consisting of a crater visible form
outer space and a cyanide dumping ground of unimaginable proportions. Romania stands to gain 6% of all the exploits
(which include the largest golden deposit in the E.U. and vast quantities of rare metals such as Gallium estimated at 4
times the value of gold).

But our national crisis isn't just about corporate crap. The area that Gabriel Resources is aiming at is one unique histo-
rical heritage. The Rosia Montana area has been exploited through mining for at least a thousand years. Romans invaded
the country, back in the hay day, expressly for the gold in this area. The Roman triumph is the theme of  Trajan's Column
in Rome. There are mine networks stretching out underground the entire region, some even older than the Roman ones.
This  soon to be crater, is a significant slice of history.

Politicians are struggling to sell what's left of the country, with former Communist party members still pulling the admini-
strative strings. The Gabriel Corporation Crisis is a final drop in a cup all too full. The Danube Delta's soon to be sold, parts
of the Black Sea coast are already property of Chevron and if turmoil continues there'll be a wave of exodus.

At the end of the day, all the corporate craters and political decay will be left to the ordinary "low-life" citizen to clean up.
Unfortunately we're all too comfortable sweeping reality under the rug.

Our government assures us that our future is in good hands with Gabriel Resources.Here's a cinematographic insight, detail-
ing both camps' opinions on the project. Also,
a great article (in Romanian) with a ton of sollutions to Romania's golden
crisis. The article is  written by a Romanian employee of the World Bank in Washington, a strong opponent of the
mining scheme.

Sleep tight dear Romanians!

The Romanian government recently approved a law granting Rosia Montana Gold Corp. the right to start exploiting gold in the Carpathian mountains. The law was deemed of national importance, even though the contents of the contract between the Romanian state and the Corporation have not been disclosed to the public. This project will be the largest and most dangerous of its kind in Europe and the state will only obtain 6% of the gold exploits, while the above mentioned corporation will also uncover galium and silver, amongst other national resources. So far most of the country's dreaming about hell-knows-what-kind-of-a-pink-peachy-future as the Corporation has monopole on all television channels in Romania (as they've bought them over and played their tear-jerking commercials during prime-time). Here is a clearer outlook on the situation, in English & here's the Romanian translation from a Romanian member of the European Parlament