CCXP confirms new Brazilian artists for Artists’ Alley

CCXP confirms new Brazilian artists for Artists' Alley

The ads of comic artists invited to participate in the largest Artists’ Alley of the Americas. THE CCXP has just confirmed four more national artists: André Dahmer, one of the main voices of humor in Brazilian comics; Robson Rocha, DC’s exclusive cartoonist; and the duo Jun Sugiyama and Alexandre Carvalho, authors of Pilgrimage, HQ winner of the bronze medal at International MANGA Award. The 6th edition of the largest pop culture festival on the planet takes place between December 5th and 8th, at São Paulo Expo.

Artist and draftsman, André Dahmer he had great growth in the universe of comics in the last decade and was one of the first to take advantage of the internet to publicize his work. He appropriated the language, techniques and culture of the network in order to subvert them with fine irony, acidity and an infinite capacity to take advantage of a known discourse and observe it from unusual and revealing angles. It was the case of the strip Wicked, whose characters, Malvadão and Malvadinho, took the screens of tablets and cell phones. The next step was to gain space in the newspapers. Since then, several characters and success stories were born, such as Comics of the 10, Apostles, the Series and The Life and Work of Terêncio Horto. The artist will be at Artists’ Alley every day and will participate in other activities announced soon.

Robson Rocha has been active in the American comic book market since 2010. As of 2016, the miner became an exclusive artist for the giant DC. With a style that combines classic preciousness with contemporary dynamism, he is one of the most versatile comic artists in the industry and has illustrated numerous covers and titles of the A.D, between them Supergirl, Teen Titans Special and Green Lanterns. Represented by Chiaroscuro Studios, is the current designer of the magazine Aquaman, with script Kelly Sue DeConnick. During the CCXP, Robson will be able to be found every day at Artists’ Alley, in addition to participating in other activities announced soon.

The duo Jun Sugiyama and Alexandre Carvalho she is the author of the comic “Romaria”, which won the bronze medal in the 12th International MANGA Award. The independent work tells the story of Délia, who lives in the midst of the greatest drought in the history of the sertão and decides to bring water to her home. Despite having a western reading, the work has strokes and a narrative of manga. Jun Sugiyama is a screenwriter and has participated in several collections such as “Kimera – The Last City”, released by the Sesi-Quanta label. Alexandre Carvalho is an illustrator, comic artist and drawing teacher, who collaborated with the anthologies “Basídio 1” (2015), “Gibi Quântico 2” (2016) and “Basídio 2” (2018). Artists will be at Artists’ Alley and other activities to be released soon.

In 2018, the event received 262 thousand visitors, breaking public record and positioning itself once again with the largest pop culture festival in the world. CCXP is already part of the country’s cultural calendar and this year it will take place December 5th and 8th, at the São Paulo Expo. Learn more at www.ccxp.com.br.

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