Book tips for Arne Bellstorf
Berlin: Reprodukt Verlag 2010. 204 p.
He had a certain something that I recognised at once.... and couldn’t believe I had found – says young Astrid Kirchherr when she meets the Beatles’ bassist Stuart Sutcliffe in a pub in Hamburg’s Reeperbahn district. With spare black-and-white drawings, Bellstorf depicts the love story of a photographer and a musician that ends with Sutcliffe’s tragic death.
Berlin: Reprodukt Verl., 2005. 128 S. ISBN 3-938511-03-6
Christoph has to repeat a school-year; he lives with his mother and they have nothing to say to one another. A summer which could bring hope through love but which brings with it too an exhausting heat, a summer that personifies the very despondency of bourgeois youth. A grey world that we all know but prefer to ignore
Berlin : Reprodukt Verl., 2005. 128 S.
A comic about the transition from childhood to adulthood. About a time spent with fellow pupils and friends in a country house, a time of formative memories that will stay them all their life.
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