Wednesday, 5 October 2011
Abraham Christie is a London based comic creator whose practice centers around a naive dissection of his life and neuroses. Utilising a childlike, playful scribble and bold colours, his art explores daily life and inner turmoil, often in the guise of superheroes. Abraham attended Central Saint Martins School of Art, where he emerged in 2010 with a degree in Fine Art. Since then he has concentrated on writing/drawing comics, primarily his daily strip Doodle Daydream and his zine, titled: Nervous in a Cape; copies of which were included in the reading room of Tate Britain's Rude Britannia exhibition. Abraham has sold and distributed his zines in many fairs and exhibitions, including the London Comic & Small Press Expo 2011 held at Goldsmiths College.