mothman2b

tonyknox99

Mothman 2b is the 3rd comic book realised by Tony Knox as part of the Independents Liverpool Biennial 2012 only available at the Bluecoat Hub and also features Anna McDade, Tine Wille, Andrew Swingler, Tony Lavender.. this work then goes to Germany as part of the eight days a week art festival in Koln.


Mothman Banned

Tony Knox and Tony

Lavender

pages 2-5

Tony Knox is a

multidisciplinary artist

interested in the

illusionary nature behind

heroic expression and the

undervalued professional.

Knox’s work questions

assumptions made about

the role of the artist and

the futility of living out

boy hood dreams.

Based in Liverpool, Knox is

a studio member of

Wolstenholme Creative

Space.

He is not Mothman or is

he?

www.tonyknox.org.uk

www.mothman.org.uk

Tony Lavender is a

photographer web

designer based in

Liverpool

www.tonylavender.com

After being banned

from his local

corner shop for

haphazardly

knocking over its

contents, yet again!

Misguided Kindness

Tony Knox and Tine

Wille

pages 6,11-12

Tine Wille is a

performance artist and

painter based in Cologne,

Germany

www.eight-days-a-week.de

In search of

Enlightenment

Andrew Swingler

pages 7-11

Andrew Swinger is a

illustrator based in

Huddersfield

Born of the Gods

Anna McDade

Pages13-16

Anna McDade is a

professional Jeweler and

Fine artist based in

Huddersfield

www.annamcdade.co.uk

Thank you to Pete Clarke,

Jurgen kisters, Ok signs,

Bryan Biggs, Priya Sharma,

Caroline Smith,kev,

Katie ,harry, lucas Jackson

etc. special thank you to

Larry Milner and Peter

Jarmen , Shelia Knox and

family ,eight days a week.

He sensed the presence

of Mothdog, it had been

a number of years since

its last sighting

printed by

anderson printers

An edition of 500

Download this comic book

at

www.mothman.org.uk

Dedicated to Emma


Blissfully

unaware, the

contents of the

shopping are

slowly making a

break for

freedom

Cornflakes and

tins go flying

through the air

They came crashing

down to earth sadly

just like Mothman

No sand could

stop Mothman.

He had found

civilization


A mere

snack

The trail of

corn flakes,

cans and milk

changed the

landscape

Onward

bound the

elements

would not

stop him on

this quest


Mothman’s collectors

item plastic bag had

finally worn through, but

there’s no point crying

about spilt milk

Crumps of

cornflakes

were a fine

substitute.


Batlow Australia

New South Wales

late 1998

Adolf the duck was

roaming around the

farm when it began

to rain heavily

mesmerised by the

moths, he had

never seen so many

moths in peril

Weight of rain is the

enemy of fragile

wings. Flight was

simply not possible

he placed

this hand

into the

puddle to

save

them one

by one.

He took them into this

dwelling and placed

each one gently onto

the drying clothes

inside.






The warmth brought flight

back to the moths. they

spiralled around the room.

A few hours

later he

awoke…..


His girlfriend's

frustration fell on

deaf ears

The clothes were

saturated with moth

eggs as dozens of moths

lay lifeless.

He was no longer

the man he once

was. he was golden

like the sun yet

surround by Failure.





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