Ghostpatrol: Ulysses 31 Is The Screensaver Of My Mind 'Zine

Ghostpatrol is an artist working and living in Melbourne with a diverse practice that spans printmaking, drawing, street art, sculpture and other multimedia experimentation. Much of his work is influenced by the cartoons he watched growing up... Check out the Akira 'Kaneda' print we posed last year.

Recently Ghostpatrol was invited by Ofr Books to contribute to an opening exhibition for their new store in Tokyo. He created these watercolour-painted paper dolls of Esteban, Zia and Tao from 'The Mysterious Cities Of Gold', and seized the opportunity to self-publish 'Ulysses 31 Is The Screensaver Of My Mind', an illustrated tribute to his favourite 70s/80s anime from collaborative French and Japanese studios.

The 'zine includes a small introduction written in English, French and Japanese, followed by Ghostpatrol's interpretations of characters from 'Ulysses 31', 'Mysterious Cities Of Gold', 'Battle Of The Planets', 'Belle & Sebastian' and more!

The 'Ulysses 31 Is The Screensaver Of My Mind' 'zine is available in limited edition run from Ghostpatrol's online store.

1 comment:

MattBuckland857 said...

Ulysses has been labeled dirty, blasphemous, and unreadable. In a famous 1933 court decision, Judge John M.