Thursday, November 14, 2019
Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Memories of Gramercy Park
I miss being in NYC every day, and I think I even miss the exhausting commute. Which, in hindsight, was the perfect time to dig into The New York Times or the book I was reading.
Upon further reflection, I also miss my visits to that one part of town; Gramercy Park. I’d go there for a meeting or a lunch date every once in a while. It’s charming and exudes an old-school class in the midst of the madness of Manhattan.
I remember one business meeting with King Features (you know, Flash Gordon, Prince Valiant, etc.) at an ancient Gramercy Park office building. For one special weekend, my wife and I enjoyed a getaway at the Gramercy Hotel. More recently, one of my daughters had an Gramercy Park apartment for a summer. It was invigorating to see this section of town through her eyes. I even remember a Korean restaurant on the edge of it all where Vincent Zurzolo, the mastermind of Metropolis Comics, and I went to lunch one time.But you don’t need to have ever been to Gramercy Park to enjoy this gem...
Read the complete article here :
Thanks to POP CULTURE SQUAD and ED CATTO !
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Thursday, January 25, 2018
" Christian Cailleaux is a French artist who will embark on Tara during this expedition. He illustrates maritime life through the comic strip. He gives us some keys to decrypt his universe..."
Clic on image to follow
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Christian Cailleaux will present his new graphic novel “Prévert, inventeur”. Discover the youthof the famous poet through this illustrated biography.Date: 26 November 2015 | 7.30pm