Lars Fiske

Full speed with grandfather

Lars Fiske’s grandfather was one of the founders of one of the first automobile factories in Norway, but in grandfather's car, it was grandmother who was most often the driver.

Full speed with grandfather is set in the last century, when the car was still new and unusual in Norway. It's about a day when the family is on a road trip from morning to evening.
The book is illustrated throughout, in widescreen, with action packed spreads, old cars and lots of details to enjoy and talk about.

A companion book to Lars Fiske's Come on, let's run. The two books have the same format and aesthetics.

Lars Fiske

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Lars Fiske was educated as an illustrator and graphic designer at Konstfack in Stockholm, and Otis Parsons in Los Angeles, 1988-92.

Fiske has published several comicbooks and children’s books, and has done illustrations for many of the largest newspapers in Norway and Sweden as well as public space commissioned artworks in Norway.

His work is widely exhibited and collected by several galleries and institutions.
He has also won numerous awards for his work, Grosz was awarded Årets Tegneserie/ Comic Book of the year 2017.

Other titles

Come on, let's run
Grosz, Berlin – New York
Herr Merz. A graphic biography on Kurt Schwitters

Foreign rights

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Edited November 28, 2017 by No Comprendo Press