dimanche 9 décembre 2012

New art Book com in up for 2013./ at Angoulême international BD festival.

Trinquette Publishing

Compiling, designing, editing and publishing the finest pop culture art books from the finest independent artists in the planet.
Art books made by artists for artists.


mardi 28 août 2012

Back in Business ...

Heal and ready to draw,yes i’m back on the track after a long painful month …it was hard to stop drawing honestly ,but  i can’t  wait to  post lots of new stuff for this new season …
jp kalonji

mercredi 8 août 2012

Damn you tendinitis !!

Ouch ...3 weeks of rest ...at least .... DAMN inflamed tendon... my right hand ( drawing )
however it's not a pleasant news ... so see you very soon when i'll feel better and able to draw again.
 Thanks to all of you outhere who inspire me and also push me .
Thank you for stop by and let some comments on my blog. 
peace  jpk

lundi 23 juillet 2012

Nukekubi /3

" she's got a head "
Aiko ( the daughter of Ningen , a bit older... teenage style )

dimanche 8 juillet 2012


Nukekubi (抜首 written in Chinese characters, meaning Detachable Neck?, also written in Japanese Hiragana characters as "ぬけくび" or Japanese Katakana characters as "ヌケクビ" (But still read as "Nukekubi")) are monsters found in Japanese folklore. By day, nukekubi appear to be normal human beings. By night, however, theirheads detach at the neck smoothly from their bodies and fly about independently in search of human prey. These heads attack by screaming (to increase their victims' fright), then closing in and biting.
While the head is detached, the body of a nukekubi becomes inanimate. In some legends, this serves as one of the creature's few weaknesses; if a nukekubi's head cannot locate and reattach to its body by sunrise, the creature dies. Legends often tell of would-be victims foiling the creatures by destroying or hiding their bodies while the heads are elsewhere.
By day, nukekubi often try to blend into human society. They sometimes live in groups, impersonating normal human families. The only way to tell a nukekubi from a normal human being is a line of red symbols around the base of the neck where the head detaches. Even this small detail is easily concealed beneath clothing or jewelry.

lundi 2 juillet 2012