Ghet­torap by Hexamorph (AUT) /// 
Chill­well (AUT) /// 
Durmek (AUT) /// 
q_Pod DJ-Line/TG­FI (AUT) /// 
Elvis Kup­fer (AUT) ///

Sat, May 12 2007, from 15:00 /// 
quitch, Unte­re Donau­län­de 10, Linz ///

With the 3rd edi­ti­on of the Aus­tri­an comic antho­lo­gy UNKRAUT it’s get­ting ram­pant in the inner yard of the quitch and ever­yo­ne can con­vin­ce oneself that comics neit­her have to be com­mer­ce, kids’ stuff or rag nor under­lays for cat toi­lets. Nico­las Mah­ler from Vien­na, known for his “Flaschko”-films and inter­na­tio­nal­ly crea­ting sen­sa­ti­ons with his works like “Kunst­theo­rie vs. Frau Gold­gru­ber”, is fea­tured in the antho­lo­gy just like the graf­fi­ti artist Ske­ro from the bust­ling hip hop band Texta and nume­rous pro­mi­sing new­co­mers.

The UNKRAUT maga­zi­ne was foun­ded in Linz in 1997 and has always been dedi­ca­ted to the idea of DIY: Not only to pro­vi­de a plat­form for ambi­tious comic artists but also to give a fresh impe­tus to the Aus­tri­an comic sce­ne. Becau­se the illus­tra­tors are main­ly from Linz and Vien­na and the comic is pro­du­ced inter-muni­ci­pal befo­re the pre­sen­ta­ti­on takes place in Vien­na the­re will be the pre­sen­ta­ti­on of UNKRAUT 3 on May 12th 2007 at the quitch inclu­ding the pro­per ten years cele­bra­ti­on par­ty of UNKRAUT.


(Pho­tos: Mar­tin Bru­ner)