SOLRAD Presents: Noah Van Sciver Chats with Anders Nilsen

SOLRAD has partnered with Noah Van Sciver to publish a selection of his Cartoonist Chats videos! Today we feature his discussion with Anders Nilsen, a Los Angeles-based alternative cartoonist who has been self-publishing his current project TONGUES in an oversized format that has been praised by cartoonists and critics alike. His other recent books have been published by Drawn and Quarterly (his book Poetry is Useless was one of my favorite from 2015 –arh).

You can find more of Anders’ work here, you can find him on Instagram here. You can see more of his books and other work at his publisher’s website.

You can also support Noah on Patreon here.

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