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SOLD OUT! Graphic Novels meet Picture Books: The Birth of an Imprint

Thursday 25th April 2013 6:30pm - 8pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Free Event


Part of the Flying Eye season at Foyles

Sam Arthur and Alex Spiro, co-founders of cult graphic novel publisher Nobrow Press, join us tonight for an exclusive talk to launch their children's picture book imprint Flying Eye Books. Having championed the concept of 'books as art objects' through Nobrow, Flying Eye now seeks to redefine the world of children's picture books by applying the same care to execution, content and art and to build a list that deserves to remain in print for many years to come! Tonight Sam and Alex discuss their new venture, as well as sharing their unique insights into the world of graphic novels and illustration.

Venue: the Gallery at Foyles, Third Floor, Charing Cross Road

See the Flying Eye children's illustration exhibition in Gallery at Foyles, 29th March-29th April


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Also in the Flying Eye season

27th April: Children's Illustration and Comics Day


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