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❮Reading❯ ➽ Brüsel Author François Schuiten – Ahali.co Mr Abeels runs a flower shop about to enter modernity imagine through the miracle of plastics flowers that never fade His novelty is snatched up by the ambitious city planners of an all new Brusel No Mr Abeels runs a flower shop about to enter modernity imagine through the miracle of plastics flowers that never fade His novelty is snatched up by the ambitious city planners of an all new Brusel No lac.

K of hygiene No dusty old buildings All is razed and enormous new skyscrapers are erected at blistering speed Never mind the disruptions and uprootings of people's lives Abeels falls in love with a reneg.

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PDF Brüsel eBook ß ✓ ahali.co ✓ François Schuiten was born in Brussels in 1956 as the son of two architects He studied at the Saint Luc Institute where he met Claude Renard Together they created the comics 'Aux Médianes de Cymbiola' and 'Le Rail' as well as three volumes of '9ème Rêve' François also collaborated with his brother Luc on the series 'Terres Creuses' which was published in the legendary Pilote magazine His fi

10 thoughts on “Brüsel

  1. Warwick Warwick says:

    PDF Brüsel eBook ß ✓ ahali.co ✓ brüsel ebok, Brüsel PDF/EPUBBrüsel is the obscure city which most obviously parallels a city in our own world and Brüsel is the album which is perhaps most directly a satire on the ‘real’ worldThe main target is ‘Brusselisation’ bruxellisation a term applied in Wikipedia's apposite citation to ‘the indiscriminate and careless introduction of modern high rise buildings into gentrified neighbourhoods’ It takes its name from the way Brussels bulldozed half of its historic heritage in the 1950s so they could ‘modernise’ ahead of Expo 58 Most notoriously Viktor Horta's art nouveau masterpiece the Maison du Peuple was replaced by a beige skyscraperBeforeAfterFrançois Schuiten grew up in Brussels and his parents were both architects; in Brüsel the whole story is magnified and retold as it were through a fairground mirror Brüsel as the story begins is a pretty tow


  2. John Pistelli John Pistelli says:

    PDF Brüsel eBook ß ✓ ahali.co ✓ brüsel ebok, Brüsel PDF/EPUBThis is my third visit to Franco Belgian creators Schuiten and Peeters's Cités obscures The series of graphic novels is currently difficult or impossible to read completely in English as it has passed between several different publishers leaving many of the volumes out of print and prohibitively expensive Only my rather scattered academic employment and my urban living situation which together give me access to three good library systems h


  3. Karen Mardahl Karen Mardahl says:

    PDF Brüsel eBook ß ✓ ahali.co ✓ brüsel ebok, Brüsel PDF/EPUBAnother great tale but the intro by the author about Bruxelles was fascinating I didn't know the history of Bruxelles in the late 180s and early 1900s Peeters told us some history and then he wove his illustrated tale His tale on its own might have been too absurd This can't happen Then together with the prologue you stop and shake your head What is absurd reality or the tale It's hard to tell More brilliance from the team of Peeters and Schuiten


  4. Christelle Christelle says:

    PDF Brüsel eBook ß ✓ ahali.co ✓ brüsel ebok, Brüsel PDF/EPUBSmart drawings poor story


  5. Nuno R. Nuno R. says:

    PDF Brüsel eBook ß ✓ ahali.co ✓ brüsel ebok, Brüsel PDF/EPUBThe Obscure Cities is BDComics at its best This deserves a place in every history study on the subject or even personal dive into the world of graphic novels


  6. Ahmad Ahmad says:

    PDF Brüsel eBook ß ✓ ahali.co ✓ brüsel ebok, Brüsel PDF/EPUBI really liked the subtle link between progress in surgery and construction as if the city was a patient and as usual the great scenery and compositions


  7. Dale Dale says:

    PDF Brüsel eBook ß ✓ ahali.co ✓ brüsel ebok, Brüsel PDF/EPUBI have been fascinated recently to come across the work of some European graphic novelists that were completely unknown to me Moebius is one that I have found fascinating and this one also fits that category well This is one of the Obscure Cities that was developed by Francois Schuiten and Bernard Peeters and note that I did not say that the book was developed by them What they have done with the help of many other people is to develop a series of almost but not uite real places that align to our own historyplanetwhatever but aren't real Brusel is one of those places and this graphic novel is set within A series of somewhat odd circumstances happen to the main character in this set of stories and uestions are raised about how we preserve history while we progress into the future and how we may not agree on the best path forward whether it is in developing technology or in medicine It ain't the Brussels we know folks but that doesn't mean it isn't


  8. Nicholas Whyte Nicholas Whyte says:

    PDF Brüsel eBook ß ✓ ahali.co ✓ brüsel ebok, Brüsel PDF/EPUBis actually a comics shop in downtown Brussels named after this volume and I had assumed for some reason that it was originally in Dutch and a standalone tale In fact it was originally in French but I read the Dutch translation and it's the fifth at least; counts vary in a series of works with the overall title Les Cités Obscures which sort of translates to The Obscure Cities set in a succession of parallel conurbations which are closely related to those on our own world There's no doubt whatsoever as to which city Brüsel refers to particularly since my edition is prefaced with an angry and well illustrated essay about how urban development has destroyed communities and heritage in the real Brussels It's a book of polemic rather than plot Our he


  9. Rex Hurst Rex Hurst says:

    PDF Brüsel eBook ß ✓ ahali.co ✓ brüsel ebok, Brüsel PDF/EPUBOriginally published in French this is a continuation of the Cities of the Fantastic series It deals with a man who is trying to stay afloat in a city which is undergoing a vast transformation from a 19th century style of living to a futuristic model It deals with vast issues of old versus new culture and the growing pains necessary to accomplish this Neither the old nor the new has much to offer the main character in the way of spiritual wealth and it ends on a very return to nature


  10. Florin Pitea Florin Pitea says:

    PDF Brüsel eBook ß ✓ ahali.co ✓ brüsel ebok, Brüsel PDF/EPUBCorrupted politicians use back door influence to demolish buildings of historical interest and drain funds with a sky scraper building program in the imaginary city of Brüsel Half satire half comedy


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