OBOMSAWIN Diane

OBOMSAWIN Diane

Born in Montréal but raised mostly in France.

In her twenties, she moved permanently to Montréal, where she pursued a career in graphic design, illustration sculpting and editorial cartooning. In her thirties she moved into animation and graphic story telling. She has published two books with Drawn & Quarterly: Kaspar and On Loving Women.

WORK:

CARTOONIST:

BOOK TEXT & GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Content story graphic:

Drawn and Quarterly: Twenty-Five Years …. Drawn & Quarterly, May 2015: “Callisto.” Trans., Helge Dascher: 95-101.

PERIODICAL TEXT & GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Content story graphic:

Canadian Notes & Queries, 97, Fall 2016: “The North Wing, Episode Sixteen: Selections from the Lost Library of CanLit Novels: Margaret Laurence’s The Stone Angel, as adapted by Diane Obomsawin”: 32-33.

SOURCE:

Article book:

BDQ: Essays & Interviews On Quebec Comics. Ed., Andy Brown. BDang/Conundrum, 2017: “The Sacred & The Profane: Obom On Making Comics In Montreal.” Interviewer & Trans., Helge Dasher: 208-214.