- By Jon McNaught

Pebble Island

  • Title: Pebble Island
  • Author: Jon McNaught
  • ISBN: 9781907704062
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pebble Island Quiet subtle deeply felt Gorgeously designed Quintessentially British A rare joy Simply put Jon McNaught undertakes a thirty eight page graphic novel where he revisits his youth in the bleak wind

    Quiet, subtle, deeply felt Gorgeously designed Quintessentially British A rare joy Simply put1975Jon McNaught undertakes a thirty eight page graphic novel where he revisits his youth in the bleak windswept Falkland Islands situated in the South Atlantic In his trademark silent storytelling style he covers two separate narratives, Pebble Island and Broadcast, both set Quiet, subtle, deeply felt Gorgeously designed Quintessentially British A rare joy Simply put1975Jon McNaught undertakes a thirty eight page graphic novel where he revisits his youth in the bleak windswept Falkland Islands situated in the South Atlantic In his trademark silent storytelling style he covers two separate narratives, Pebble Island and Broadcast, both set in these stark and unforgiving surroundings that nonetheless exude an air of tranquility.Jon McNaught is a comic book artist, printmaker, and freelance illustrator He lives in Bristol, United Kingdom.

    1 thought on “Pebble Island

    1. this book is lovely, even if there isn't much to it: it is only about thirty pages, and the size of a cd. kids, ask your parents. the colors are muted, and the artwork deceptively simple at first glance, but it manages to transmit an emotional wallop just with its lovely, bleak landscapes and its quiet lonesome moodiness. initially, i was drawn to it because i thought it looked seth-y. and it has that sadness in its lines and shadings that you see in seth. but it's a different sadness. it's less [...]

    2. This is such a beautifully designed and illustrated book. I'm in love with McNaught's aesthetics: the paneling and color layering are fantastic and lend a quiet, serene quality to the stories. The stories themselves fell a little flat for me. I really liked how they were told, the feel of them, they just didn't make me feel one way or another about them.

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