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10 thoughts on “Le miroir de Mowgli

  1. Derek Royal Derek Royal says:

    A wonderful short and silent story Schrauwen's visual pacing and especially his sense of humor stand out as markers of his style And that's evident in this title We reviewed this for our podcast's spotlight on RetrofitBig Planet


  2. Derek Derek says:

    All it’s cracked up to be Beautiful large lush Funny ueasy disuieting Schrauwen can do no wrong There’s something about the simplicity and plainnes of it that perfectly illustrates the cruel unthinking unfeeling absurdity of imperialism not only imperialism as a material project or an exercise of power but also as a kind of creeping desperate narcissism


  3. Dani Mexuto Dani Mexuto says:

    Caralluti obviously caluer curiosade ue o arte teña polo salvaxe e canto máis o salvaxe visto dende ollos ingleses atopara nel a vangardaPorue a vangarda ue mola é a ue acojona e nada agoira máis ue a selva


  4. Ramon Ramon says:

    A somewhat surreal basically silent story most notable for Schrauwen's art and interesting coloring which takes advantage of what I assume to be silkscreen work Has a nice '90s indie book feel


  5. vostendrasamigosyotengolibros vostendrasamigosyotengolibros says:

    I really enjoy the art and the color that the author uses is really beautiful


  6. Peter Landau Peter Landau says:

    I’ve always thought of cartoons as the marriage of words and image that together surpass either alone But what the fuck do I know? The moment a creative act is defined someone will come along and illustrate how its boundaries are far porous Olivier Schrauwen does that with MOWGLI’S MIRROR a comic without words because it doesn’t need them In bold primary colors and simple but elegant lines he creates a funny touching and fully engaging story about a jungle man looking for love He finds that mate first in a primate but things don’t always work out as we hope The story doesn’t need dialogue because the layout colors design and drawing all work together to carry the reader though the narrative without pause It’s as close to a perfect comic book as I’ve read in years


  7. Karl Karl says:

    Retrofit Comics has such incredible taste This oversized wordless comic is funny beautifully rendered and was a joy to read Please support independent comix companies like Retrofit I discovered them in 2017 on Kickstarter and I was blown away by books like this on their roster


  8. Ian Ian says:

    The art was lovely and I really liked how there being no words makes you pay attention to the details of each picture to gain an understanding of what's going on


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Le miroir de Mowgli ❰Reading❯ ➷ Le miroir de Mowgli Author Olivier Schrauwen – Thomashillier.co.uk In this wordless tale the young human boy Mowgli lives alone in the jungle When he befriends an orangutan Mowgli thinks he has found his lifemate But Mowgli still wonders if there any other creatures In this wordless tale the young human boy Mowgli lives alone in the jungle When he befriends an orangutan Mowgli thinks he has found his lifemate But Mowgli still wonders if there any other creatures that look like him Mowgli sets out on a journey through the jungle encountering all types of creatures and having numerous adventures A fantastic use of layout and design by critically acclaimed Olivier Ollie Schrauwen printed in only orange and blue spot colors.