ABCD (Always Be Crazy Drawing)— Warren Craghead III, part two

ABCD (Always Be Crazy Drawing)— Warren Craghead III, part two

The Uncomics Craghead-aganza continues in this second talk with Warren Craghead III, where he and host Allan Haverholm expand upon his practice, the amount of talent at comics festivals compared to Art Basel — and the interdisciplinary field of uncomics. Be sure to first listen to our previous episode for the full picture!

Warren Craghead is a featured artist in the Uncomics anthology, out now!


Derik Badman correctly points out that the movie Smoke was not directed by Jim Jarmusch as Allan claims in this episode. It is in fact directed by Wayne Wang.

The galleries below only cover the works discussed in this artist talk. You are strongly encouraged to visit the artist’s website, which contains links to his multitude of project sites and very active social accounts. Warren’s books and zines are available from his own site, as well as from Leaf & Signal.


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Works discussed

Ley Lines no.2, Golden Smoke (2015)

A furious tour through Art Basel Miami:

Une Calligramme (2009)

Published in the Abstract Comics anthology.

Please refer to the show notes for the first Craghead episode, and Warren Craghead’s own web site for more visual aids!

Suggested reading

Allan Haverholm

Allan Haverholm

Allan Haverholm is a graphic artist, independent artistic researcher, editor, curator and performer. His experimental comics practice has been exhibited across Europe and North America, and he has given talks, courses and workshops across Northern Europe. Since his 2015 abstract comic "When the last story is told", he has formulated the field of uncomics to describe and study similar multidisciplinary practices in comics and contemporary arts.

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