background preloader

Du9, l'autre bande dessinée

Du9, l'autre bande dessinée

Related:  BD/mangasBDjavelanneLittérature

10 Minimal Website Design and Ideas Some websites opt to have a complex look with lots of graphics and text. It does look attractive and are also effective. But some designers and website owners would choose to have a simple website. The Inscrutable Imagination of the Late Comic Artist Mœbius "I'll die in some truly banal manner, the way I live," says the subject of BBC Four's In Search of Mœbius. I don't know what would constitute a non-banal manner of death — or, for that matter, a banal one — but nobody familiar with modern comic art could believe that Jean Giraud, also known as Mœbius, could possibly have lived a banal life. If you haven't read a comic since your childhood Sunday funnies, you need only watch this program to understand why the artist's passing on Saturday brought forth so many breathless tributes.

Références, Avis, Crédits Hello! We have detected English as your language preference. To change your preferred language, please choose a language using the dropdown. <div class="alert-message alert-message-warning alert-message-closable " id="alert-message-False" data-alert-message-closable="true" data-alert-message-auto-close="false" ><div class="alert-message-content float_fix alert-message-full-width"><i class="icon icon-exclamation-triangle alert-message-icon"></i><a class="alert-message-close-icon"><i class="icon icon-times"></i></a><span class="alert-message-text"><strong>Merci d'activer Javascript pour profiter pleinement des fonctionnalités du site.</strong></span></div></div>

Quais du Polar Quais du Polar 2013 A large-scale festival The 9th edition of Quais du Polar International Festival will be held in Lyon, for the first time over four days, during Easter Weekend. Following the successful 2012 edition with more than 45 000 visitors, Quais du Polar has proved a major international event honouring the crime fiction genre as a whole and a leading literary rendezvous thanks to its increasing number of visitors, its challenging program and its unique events all around the city.

Prix Bd CNL Cookies policy We and our partners do the following data processing: Personalised ads and content, ad and content measurement, audience insights and product development, Precise geolocation data, and identification through device scanning, Store and/or access information on a device 25 Beautiful Flyer Design Inspirations As you may know flyers are the key to any public event. Of course now with the use of social media like Facebook and Twitter its easier than ever to spread awereness for an upcoming local event. However flyer are not dead yet, and are still heavily used around the world for promotion. Some businesses just don’t see the valuable use in social media and continue to do thing the traditional way.

Je t'épaule tu me respires - Anne Bourse, Elise Carron, François Lancien-Guilberteau, Liz Magor, Jean-Charles de Quillacq, Gino Sarfatti, Natsuko Uchino [plus bas en français] We wish to hear what works want and make sure that this exhibition’s visitors can also be attentive to it, even if it is difficult to be guided yourself between this desire to touch that attracts or questions us and the often unstable position of the spectator used to keeping a certain distance, verified by a scenography as explicit as the glances of the guards. If its presentation pushes the work to conceal itself, how can the visitor meet its reality, its movement, its formal genealogy, its present life and the time that unites us? “Please touch” we could read in the 1960s, for works today that are all the more untouchable in that their presentation itself does not permit the tranquil admission of an enviable form of vulnerability. We have always stressed the advantage of designing exhibitions in a space similar to that of the apartment in which the relationship to the works is more relaxed.

UK Reading Experience Database What did United Kingdom residents and British subjects living or travelling abroad read between the invention of the printing press in 1450 and the end of the Second World War in 1945? How, and in what circumstances did they read? Search or browse our database to find out… UK RED captures the reading tastes and habits of the famous and the ordinary, the young and the old, men and women. The texts range from books and newspapers to ephemera such as playbills and tickets, and from illuminated manuscripts, novels and poetry to tombstone inscriptions and graffiti. Entries in UK RED illustrate the diversity of reading experience and practice as well as patterns within particular periods and across time.

Symptoms Of An Epidemic: Web Design Trends Advertisement Today, too many websites are still inaccessible. In our new book Inclusive Design Patterns, we explore how to craft flexible front-end design patterns and make future-proof and accessible interfaces without extra effort. Hardcover, 312 pages.

Related:  Bandes DessinéesBande dessineeFrançaislecturesInfos/critiques BDIllustrations