Nine Years of Gestalt Comics!

17 Jul 2014

Today marks nine years since the launch of Gestalt Publishing Pty Ltd in Perth, Western Australia at an unassuming pub named Clancy’s which was filled to the gills with people looking to support our aspirations and ambitions. The company was founded by Wolfgang Bylsma and Skye Ogden, although they had previously been involved in creating, […]

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Gestalt’s ‘Comic Book Heroes’ at SDCC 2013

21 Jul 2013

This year both founders of Gestalt Comics were present at Comic-Con International: San Diego, very fitting ahead of the soon-to-be-aired Comic Book Heroes, “the inside story of Australia’s most ambitious comic creators and their fight to conquer the American market,” (Comic Book Heroes) Going to air in Australia on 13 & 20 August, 2013, the radical two-part documentary was […]

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Film crew follow Gestalt around the world

29 Jun 2012

As Gestalt Publishing sets up for Melbourne’s Comic-Con, Nick Dunlop’s film crew work out the best place to set up their camera crane to capture the energy around Gestalt’s booth at the big event this weekend. As Director and Film Editor at Little Star Productions, Nick has been following and documenting the movements of Gestalt’s […]

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Gestalt heads to Oz Comic-Con this weekend

28 Jun 2012

We’ve just recovered from an incredible Perth Supanova on the 22-24 June weekend, and now Gestalt Publishing’s Editor-In-Chief, Wolfgang Bylsma, and some of our award-winning creators are heading to Melbourne for the Oz Comic Convention. Presented by DCA Enterprises, Oz Comic-Con (30 June – 1 July) sees Tom Taylor (The Deep: Here Be Dragons), Andrew Constant, […]

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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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