Gestalt at OzComic-Con Melbourne

09 Jun 2016

OzComic-Con comes to Melbourne 11-12 June, 2016 at the Convention & Exhibition Centre! They have organised an impressive array of local talent, including Gestalt’s own Tom Taylor, Andrew Constant, Colin Wilson, Katie Houghton-Ward, Marc Noble and Editor-in-Chief, Wolfgang Bylsma. Limited Edition Comics We’ll have limited edition copies of new Changing Ways comics by Justin Randall […]

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SPOTLIGHT ON: FLINCH

15 Feb 2016

Flinch is our award-winning anthology of short comic stories by established and emerging creators, all playing on their interpretation of the theme; flinch. Gorgeously wrapped in evocative cover art by the incomparable Shaun Tan, Flinch includes stories to inspire wonder and question the darkness within. The anthology includes new material from creators such as Tom […]

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The Example: This Weekend’s ‘Must Read’ Digital Comic

01 Nov 2013

Pipedream Comics recommend The Example as a ‘must read’ digital comic this weekend. The Tom Taylor and Colin Wilson creation centres around a man and a woman on a railway platform as they discuss a left-behind briefcase, a far more engaging story than the synopsis hints – and Pipedream Comics agree: It is that slice […]

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Gestalt at Armageddon Expo this weekend

16 Oct 2013

This weekend Gestalt’s creators will be at the Armageddon Expo at Melbourne Showgrounds. The two day event will see Gestalt’s Tom Taylor, Colin Wilson and newly signed writer Justin Woolley signing books both days; joined by Flinch contributor Anton McKay on Sunday. Armageddon includes many special events including information panels on how to care for autographs, […]

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‘The Example’ on ComiXology

16 Sep 2013

The eleven-page masterpiece by Tom Taylor and Colin Wilson, The Example, is now going to be digitally available on ComiXology. The Example is a comic based on a script written by Tom Taylor at the beginning of his professional writing career and illustrated by Colin Wilson – who was won over and pushed aside other projects to illustrate Taylor’s […]

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Second Edition of Flinch in September

14 Aug 2013

The first print run of Flinch has completely sold out following its promotion in the television documentary Comic Book Heroes which went to air on ABC1 last night. Gestalt’s engaging book of graphically depicted stories plays on interpretations of ‘flinch’: from traditional to non-traditional hauntings, facing the ‘other’ within ourselves … the stories are told […]

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‘The Example’ receives Polish language edition

15 May 2013

The Warsaw Book Fair, 16-19th 2013, will play host to the launch of the Polish language edition of Tom Taylor & Colin Wilson‘s The Example, to be published by Poland’s premier comic publishing house, Wydawnictwo Komiksowe. Taylor was pleased at the prospect of more readers finding their way to his first published comics work. “The […]

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SCOOP magazine discovers the graphic novel

25 Sep 2012

It’s always nice to be noticed by mainstream media; and on page 80 of this season’s SCOOP magazine, Gestalt Publishing appears in the ‘Books’ section. Featured in the photo are Christian Read, Wolfgang Bylsma, Tom Taylor, Colin Wilson and Andrew Constant, but the article is more general as the magazine discovers Gestalt, and graphic novels, for the […]

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Vale Joe Kubert

13 Aug 2012

Comic book artist Joe Kubert, who started a New Jersey school of cartooning that cemented his legacy as an industry great, has died aged 85. “I was very saddened to hear that Joe Kubert, who I was fortunate enough to meet during the 2010 convention season, has passed away,” said Wolfgang Bylsma, Editor-In-Chief at Gestalt […]

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The Example by Tom Taylor and Colin Wilson – Reviews

25 Sep 2009

A couple of wonderful reviews have recently surfaced for The Example – the catalyst for the Brief Cases project.  Click the site names for the full reviews. “This Schrödinger’s Cat scenario is explored comprehensively via Taylor’s rhythmic dialogue. Sam and Chris riposte to and fro with the sort of casual offhandedness afforded to transient relationships. […]

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