Ed’s Technically a Donkey, But He Doesn’t Really Act Like It
Part Autobiographical comic, part stream of consciousness, part surrealism, part psychedelic Jungian journey into the subconscious. This comic digs deep into some darker corners of the brain with it’s disjointed narrative and expressionistic full colour art style.
Ed the Donkey navigates his way through Japanese Noise Rock gigs, the BDSM scene, fantasy Air Temples and a random street in Manchester. Ed’s Technically A Donkey mixes realism and stream of consciousness in a way which covers everyday triviality, wild sexual deviancy and the inner depths of the human mind with equal importance. All hand illustrated in full colour with oil pastels in a painterly expressionistic style.
Part Autobiographical comic, part stream of consciousness, part surrealism, part psychedelic Jungian journey into the subconscious. This comic digs deep into some darker corners of the brain with it’s disjointed narrative and expressionistic full colour art style (originally drawn in oil pastel). This comic is a 20 page B5 full colour print with a full bleed cover.
Interweaving descriptions of events from everyday life (such as attending a Melt-Banana gig), wild sexual experiences, Jungian journeys into the subconscious and meetings with characters from TV shows that I was binging when I wrote the comic (Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Good Place), Ed’s Technically a Donkey But He Doesn’t Really Act Like It, is a unique comic in both content and style.
Each copy of this 40 copy print run is signed and numbered by me, the artist and writer. It is B5 sized, which means that it is halfway between A4 and A5.
Variation. Comic + Original Art for £65.
I’ve decided to add in a variation for £65, where I will draw an original picture on the contents page using Oil Pastel (or if you prefer I will just stick a separate A5 picture into the package with your comic). You can tell me what you’d like me to draw and I’ll draw it for you depending on what it is. There are certain things I wouldn’t feel comfortable charging you for because I wouldn’t feel as though I was doing a good job. For example, I don’t consider myself to be a portrait artist. Therefore if you want me to draw a conventional portrait of your dog I won’t accept your money, but if you want me to do a stylised picture of your dog fighting against an evil block of cheese I will happily draw that for you.