Elsewhere an out-of-towner meets a crab at a taco stand who seems to know more than any crab has a right to know.The 'sound mirrors of Denge' reflect more than noise for one day-tripper.
And on Johnston Island a man struggles to hold onto his fading memories as his house slowly fills with pollen.
I'm Never Coming Back is a collection of surreal, comic and mournful interweaving tales travelling across three continents. In each destination we zoom in on unusual lives and remarkable situations, each tale unknowingly impacting on the next.
In Rye train station a woman impulsively buys the same ticket as the man in front of her. The accidental journey leads her to Berlin. A novel way to run away from home.
At Heathrow Airport, a building perpetually busy with people coming and going, a traveller is visited by a memory that refuses to leave.
A tray of Singapore rice noodles cooked up in Christchurch takes on a life of its own.
Winchelsea. A lone letterbox in Britain's only desert is central to a friendship between a travelling chef and a deep-sea diver.
An old man realises that time is running out in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. Elsewhere an out-of-towner meets a crab at a taco stand who seems to know more than any crab has a right to know.
The 'sound mirrors of Denge' reflect more than noise for one day-tripper.
And on Johnston Island a man struggles to hold onto his fading memories as his house slowly fills with pollen. Test Match Special seems to be the only foothold in reality.
The Art of Pho is now available as a live motion comic- http-//artofpho.submarinechannel.com/
Julian Hanshaw is an animator, cartoonist and illustrator. He won the Cape/Observer/Comica Graphic Short Story Prize in 2008. He lives in East Sussex.
"At first I was drawn in by the delicate line and colours. Then I was captured by the subtle humour and the imaginative way Julian Hanshaw tells his stories. This was followed by a deep longing for home, which we share" -- Rutu Modan, Author Of 'exit Wounds' "A beautiful example of the possibilities in this medium" -- Ryan Rushton The Skinny "The visuals, reminiscent of the 1990s US animation series Beavis and Butthead, accompany narrative that contains both humour and poignancy" Sussex Life "A brilliant exploration of the imagination... A brilliant, beautiful collection of lost thoughts" Bookmunch