Comic Noise began as a doodle and developed into a graphic concept which is versatile, fresh
and enduring. It developed out of a combination of a lifelong fascination with the effects
of black lines dividing colours, and the realisation that artwork need not be loaded with
‘meaning’. These two came together and Comic Noise was born. Drawing on the language of
comics rather than the content, using form rather than function, a harmonious visual clutter
evolved. Elements, characters and signifiers battling with each other in the visual space.
Are they trying to say something? Are they connecting with each other? What’s going on?
Let your mind free and absorb the effect. In the end, it’s just noise.