The Spectators by Victor Hussenot

I am proud to present this AMAZING graphic novel to my readers. If you haven’t heard of Nobrow before, they are an independent platform for graphic art, illustration and art comics. They started business in 2008 and since then have made a name for themselves as a leading proponent of quality in book design and a standard bearer for original creative content in print publishing.

You’re probably familiar with their children’s books, published under the name of Flying Eye Books.

I’ve said it many times before and I will say it countless more… I am a HUGE, HUGE fan of everything they do!

Marvel at the mesmerising illustrations by Victor Hussenot.

What if we are merely shadows, our characters defined by a simple inflection of light? The realm of possibilities opens up, because in our world we are nothing but spectators.

The Spectators unfolds as a poetic and philosophical introspection on the nature of man. Hussenot’s palette is awash with subtle colour, gently carrying the narrative and allowing the reader to envelop themselves in the lyricism of the work. Reminiscent of French New Wave cinema with its clipped dialogue, gentle pacing and departure from a classic narrative structure, The Spectators is an exciting new graphic novel.


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Image by Victor Hussenot

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