I'm at CTRL+ALT+SHIFT's Unmasks Corruption exhibition this 5th of November since I've got a story illustrated by Woodrow Phoenix in their new comic book. Because I love illustrations, I'm getting pretty EXCITED about seeing the book (Ferry Gouw's in there as well, oh boy, oh boy!)
I don't know how these things work, I'll try not to be sloppy and shit and I'll take phone pics of cool people drinking champagne (if there is any).
And I found this quite amusing:
Vice: How did you get involved in the project? Jason: We’d worked as a team in advertising and had both gone freelance afterwards. My friend John Dunning, who I’ve collaborated on pitches with before, asked me to do something for the CAS Unmasking Corruption project and suggested I collaborate with this writer from Haiti – but that would be silly when there’s so much violence and corruption in South Africa. So I phoned Kate and we got together to make a proper South Africa story.
Hahahahahhahahahahahahhahhahahahahahahaha, I like Jason Masters, he would've adapted my story pretty well I think. But, FUCK THAT, Woodrow Phoenix took it to the ballpark, awesome, awesome job.
I wrote a short (debatable) blog about all of that on Platform few weeks ago, if you're not into reading the CAS Comics Vice interview, (it's almost the same shit, just different subjects, be aware, except of course mine's not an interview, obviously, but you get the point)