This comic/graphic story is about a small town that is constantly having to adapt itself in order to meet the new challenges thrown its way. It’s my homage to the impermanence of ad-hoc assemblages and vernacular oddities, with influence coming via Hayao Mayazaki and John Hejduk. The comic itself will be played out like an architectonic ouroboros – an eternally recurring city constantly devouring itself.
I had originally started this project with the intention of making a Christmas archi-comic for some younger relatives up in Australia (get them while their young, the usual brainwashing tactics, etc). I failed to get it ready in time, so I started sticking some of the scenes up on the Tumblr. I then got bored with the Tumblr and its vicarious pleasures*; completely forgetting about the whole project. Now I have decided to finish what I started and will henceforth begin to try to complete this mini archi-comic.
So far I have only completed 2 stages, but once finished there will be 6 different stages, consisting of 24 carefully scribble images. I hope you enjoy consuming these graphic images!