If you haven't already seen Joan Cornellà (opens in new tab)'s darkly humorous illustrations, you must have been living under a rock. Each comic strip presents an often grotesque social commentry – from selfie sticks to bizarre beasteality – they aren't exactly to everybodies taste.
The fiercely independent artist, who appeared at this year's Thought Bubble (opens in new tab) comic art convention, now wants to animate his sinister strips and is seeking help via Kickstarter.
He aims to create 30 clips of his most popular stories, some adapted from his last book, Zonzo (opens in new tab), plus more created exclusively for the "wonderful project".
Despite his sarcastic, no-boundary artistic commentry on modern society having a particular focus on internet usage and social media, Joan owes much (if not most) of his popularity to Facebook sharers.
Since all his art is available via the internet his intention is to share these clips the same way: through his Facebook and YouTube channel (opens in new tab), by May 2016 (if funding is successful).
You can check out one example clip, made with the help of "a very nice group of North Koren animators, top level workers" by watching the tongue and cheek Kickstarter video below.
Backers will recieve a whole host of incentives for supporting him, so check out the project here (opens in new tab) if you want to see more of his surreal characters brought to life.
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