Nora Krug added 8 new photos.
1 week ago
The German edition of my book, "Heimat" (US title "Belonging") has arrived in the mail.
Maira Kalman writes: “Nora Krug has created a beautiful visual memoir of a horrific time in history. A time that torments us to this day. Asking questions and searching for the truth, she will not turn away from the legacy of her family and her country. She asks the question of how any of us survive our family history. Ultimately, the only course is not to veil the answers.”
The book can be pre-ordered here:
www.amazon.de/Heimat-deutsches-Familienalbum-Nora-Krug/dp/3328600051/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=15311... ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
The printing and cover art for the German edition of my book, "Heimat" (US title "Belonging"), has been completed.
Chris Ware writes, “A page-turning scrapbook/collage of memory, meaning and accountability, Ms. Krug draws the reader through her family history with the directness of imagery, handwriting and, ultimately, a disquieting direness that has echoes in our American life, right now. Belonging is valuable, readable and, needless to say, highly recommended.” ... See MoreSee Less
Nora Krug added 3 new photos.
2 months ago
Colour corrections for the German edition of my visual memoir, "Heimat." The book will go into print in the Czech Republic next week. ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago
I just received the Fall catalogue from my German publisher, Penguin, with a preview of my upcoming 300-page visual memoir on WWII and my German family history. This fall, the book will also be published by Scribner in the US under the title "Belonging", by Blans in Holland and Penguin in the UK under the title "Heimat", and by Gallimard in France (title TBD).
Author and journalist Sebastian Junger writes:
"BELONGING is an astoundingly honest book that conducts a devastating – and irresistible – investigation into one family's struggle with the forces of history. I could not stop reading it and when I was done I could not stop thinking about it. By going so deeply into her family's history, Krug has in some ways written about us all." ... See MoreSee Less
Cannot wait. Yours, and John Hendrix’s graphic novel about Bonhoeffer make me think we might get people thinking about this history in new ways. Thank you for your hard work. ❤️
3 months ago
I just received the Summer catalogue from my Dutch publisher, Balans, with a preview of my upcoming visual memoir on WWII and my German family history. This fall, the book will also be published by Scribner in the US under the title "Belonging", and by Penguin UK and Penguin Germany under the title "Heimat". ... See MoreSee Less
that is a big book! trade?
Nora Krug added 2 new photos.
3 years ago
My book, Shadow Atlas, was reviewed for the graphic arts magazine, Mincho, in an article by Alvaro Rodriguez de la Rubia about folk art. ... See MoreSee Less
I'll be part of a panel at tomorrow's conference at the Rhode Island School of Design, called "Illustrator as Public Intellectual". The panel is hosted by the wonderful DB Dowd from Washington University, and I'll be joined on the panel on November 6th by Anita Kunz and Seymour Chwast. If you're in the area, please stop by!
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Please join Enrico Fiammelli of StraneDizioni and myself for a lecture on our book, SHADOW ATLAS, at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City this Wednesday, March 18th, between 6:30 and 8:00 p.m. We will talk about how we came to work together on the project, and how it came into being. The event is free and open to the public. More information on the poster below. Thank you to Melanie Reim and Aya Kakeda for the kind invite! ... See MoreSee Less
i wish i could go to this...