Plans We Made by Simon MoretonPlans We Made by Simon Moreton

Plans We Made

bySimon Moreton

Paperback | November 6, 2015

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InPlans We Made Simon Moreton remembers teenage years spent in the suburbs of South East England in the late 1990s. Moreton's quiet, minimal pencil drawings beautifully evoke a nostalgic longing for a time long gone. Moreton is a master of the minimal cartooning wave originated by John Porcellino.Simon Moreton is an artist and zine-maker based in Bristol, England. He has been self-publishing his acclaimedSmoo Comics since 2008. He has been published by Avery Hill (UK), Retrofit (US), and Sotokaramita (Japan), and in numerous anthologies includingkus! comics andDECADENCE. His art has been exhibited internationally. InPlans We Made Simon Moreton remembers teenage years spent in the suburbs of South East England in the late 1990s. Moreton's quiet, minimal pencil drawings beautifully evoke a nostalgic longing for a time long gone. Moreton is a master of the minimal cartooning wave originated by John Porcellino.Simon Moreton is an artist and zine-maker based in Bristol, England. He has been self-publishing his acclaimedSmoo Comics since 2008. He has been published by Avery Hill (UK), Retrofit (US), and Sotokaramita (Japan), and in numerous anthologies includingkus! comics andDECADENCE. His art has been exhibited internationally.
Simon Moreton: Simon Moreton is an artist and zine-maker based in Bristol, UK. He make zines of comics, drawings and writing that are mostly memoir and sometimes poetry. He has been self-publishing his acclaimed autobiographical zine,SMOO, since 2008. He has been published by Avery Hill (UK) Retrofit (USA) and Sotokaramita (Japan), an...
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Title:Plans We MadeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:162 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.55 inPublished:November 6, 2015Publisher:Uncivilized BooksLanguage:English

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Moreton conveys the unreliable, untrustworthy nature of our memories. The minimal style leaves out the details, reminding us of the uncertainty of adolescence when we are finding our way in the world and wondering what life holds and will hold. You can read this excellent book quickly, but you won't be done with it for a while."-The Quietus"The abstract spaces [Moreton] creates are without boundaries so that the world feels large and full of possibilities. But his drawings are suggestive enough though to make the experiences in those spaces feel authentic and contained. Even though the world feels wide open, there's only so much freedom that can be experienced and Moreton's drawings capture that conflicting expanse of possibilities and the limits of experience."-Panel Patter "Moreton conveys the unreliable, untrustworthy nature of our memories. The minimal style leaves out the details, reminding us of the uncertainty of adolescence when we are finding our way in the world and wondering what life holds and will hold. You can read this excellent book quickly, but you won'apos;t be done with it for a while." - The Quietus"The abstract spaces [Moreton] creates are without boundaries so that the world feels large and full of possibilities. But his drawings are suggestive enough though to make the experiences in those spaces feel authentic and contained. Even though the world feels wide open, there'apos;s only so much freedom that can be experienced and Moreton'apos;s drawings capture that conflicting expanse of possibilities and the limits of experience." - Panel Patter"