Posts Tagged ‘Heikkinen Jyrki’
  • Stripburger at THE MILLIONAIRES CLUB in Leipzig

    The Millionaires Club, Leipzig
    14. – 16. 3. 2014

  • Greetings from Cartoonia Posters

    Silkscreen posters, made in 2009 for the Greetings from Cartoonia exhibition, 40 eur each

  • Jyrki Heikkinen – A Petic Comic Master of the Vast Finnish Landscapes

    Jyrki Heikkinen was interrogated by Kaja Avberšek “I am 41 years old and have been seriously engaged in producing comics for about 4 years now. You may have seen my works on the pages of Napa, Glömp and Suuri Kurpitsa in Finland.”   This is how you presented yourself in Madburger, the special issue of Stripburger […]

  • Workburger – custom made product with a flawless defect

    -SPECIAL ISSUE- It’s all about work! An international comics anthology featuring comics from some 50 artist on the topic of contemporary work. Stripburger # 59-60, Dec. 2012, 224 p., b&w, in English, 16 eur

  • Greetings from Cartoonia – The Essential Guide of the Land of Comics

    -SPECIAL ISSUE- Welcome to Cartoonia land! 12 European comics artists gathered “objects of inspiration” from each others’ homelands, what emerged is a completely new, transnational entity. Stripburger #50-51, Oct. 2009, 216 pages, b&w, in English, 12 eur

  • Madburger – comics questioning sanity

    -SPECIAL ISSUE- sold out August 2002, 216 pages This time the subheadline reads “Comics Questioning Sanity” and we’re showing off fresh, radical, non-moralizing and even humorous submissions that will hopefully shatter the taboo called madness. Covered by a brainstorming painting by Matthias Lehmann, the 216 pages are filled with stories about living with madness, madness […]

  • Stripburger 57

    SOLD OUT. June 2012, 96 pages, cover: Jyrki Heikkinen.

  • Stripburger 56

    SOLD OUT. December 2011, 96 pages, cover: Matej Stupica.

  • Stripburger 54

    2,50 € + around 5 € international shipping. December 2010, 96 pages, cover: Daniel Bueno.

  • Stripburger 36

    SOLD OUT. November 2003, 96 pages, cover: Nadia Raviscioni, silkscreened cover printed by Droz.