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Sunday, 28 June 2015

Shout Out for Arion's Archaic Art

This is a shout out for Arion's Archaic Art, an incredible blog with an exciting give away opportunity. I love Arion's blog particularly because I really enjoy graphic novels and alternative storylines.  I highly recommend The blog because it share loads of really impressive images and work he's interested in. There's loads of stuff I'd never come across without accessing his blog, it's a real resource for funky graphic novel content. 
Image from 'The Outsider'

Full disclosure, some can be quite bloody, some fantasy and surrealism; it's totally up my street though and may well be something you didn't expect to be interest in.

image from 'It's Always the Statue of Liberty'

He's also talented artist himself, Arion aka Arcadio Bolaños wrote the Un-American Chronicles four stand alone stories in one special issue,  the image above is by artist Juan Alarcón and coloured by Carolina Bensler I really like the use of light in this image. The United-American chronicles is his own work involving four stand alone stories which you can get for only one dollar or if your in the UK that's only 69p! He's also offering the opportunity to get some marvel digital codes worth $19.98 for first prize and $10.99 for second prize. For details check out his site here: Arion's blog

Its nice to be able to connect to someone else on the other side of the world who has a different practice but shared interests. So if you've stumbled on my blog on enjoyed anything on here chances are that your enjoy his more. He's much more active and dedicated to his site (up dating more regularly and generally being more impressive) there is loads of things to read and explore, definitely worth a visit, I'm happy to give shout outs to other blogs as well we're all a little global community and it's nice to get inspired by each other work.


  1. Thank you for the post, Oliver! It really means a lot to me to know that I have at least one big fan in the UK. Cheers!

  2. You're welcome, hope we see more of your work over here!