Thursday, October 07, 2004

Tell him something: In Toronto's Eye Weekly, Guy Leshinksi talks with cartoonist John Arne Sæterøy -- better known simply as Jason -- about his largely wordless work, populated by "gaunt, elastic crows and heavy-browed mammals":

"When you remove the dialogue, you take away an important part. You get a magical quality, where it's up to the reader to complete, to put emotions into the columns."