Punk rock, anarquía, y tinta china

Punk rock, anarquía, y tinta china

A book compilation of comix, art and text from the Argentinian zine (Punk Rock, Anarchy and Indian Ink). It has English translations for all images at the back of the book although many do not need them.  You can tell that this is a labour of love printed in a glorious red and black essential for anyone interested in punk and art.

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I write from Argentina, I am the editor (with Max) of this book (Punkrock, anarquía y tinta china / Punk Rock, Anarchy and Indian ink) that compiles Comics and illustrations published in the Buenos Aires disorder zine. 

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Max Vadalá was born in 1976 (Buenos Aires, Argentina). He has been drawing since a very early age. School could not tame him, though. Neither when he took up a course in Advertising Design nor when he joined the School of Fine Arts. His studies remained unfinished —as he either dropped out or was eventually expelled.
Despite the fact that a parade of infamous teachers and chancellors came along, Max’s truly own creativity has always been his strongest drive.
His imagination allowed him to pave his own way, a furrow filled with the voices of outcasts, vandals and those who, like him, created their own school based on fanzines, artwork, comics, street murals and nightly characters.
This book compiles works which appeared not only in Buenos Aires Desorden Zine but also in flyers, posters, records, murals, fringe publications, “arms and legs” (tats), etc; which undoubtedly display a style of his own.
It’s been long years of activity, since 1993 with his fanzine and since 1991 in punk rock (first with Massacre en el Autocine, Desorden —band—, Nogal, Klub 699, Terror y Miseria, and currently with Sopa de Garrón and Acidös Pöpulares); always carrying a message, a scream which highlights what we are NOT; an invitation to searching what we are: Irreducible.



Con mucha alegría me entero de la publicación del libro Punk rock, anarquía, y tinta china, que compila en sus trazos parte del incesante trabajo del dibujante argentino Max Vadalá, cuyas líneas se han hecho tan características en el punk anarquista. Y es que no puedo evitar que se me crucen por la mente esos viejos discos, cassettes, y fanzines que conseguía en la Feria de Kultura Libertaria de Valparaíso, o los cientos de afiches fotocopiados de tocatas de mala muerte y dudosa reputación. 
¿Quién dijo que el punk está muerto? Felicitaciones!!!


Max nació en 1976 en Buenos aires (argentina) y dibuja desde que tiene uso de la razón.La escuela primaria no lo adoctrinó, ni su paso por el dibujo publicitario, ni por la escuela de Bellas Artes. Los estudios quedaron inconclusos -por expulsión o por cuenta propia- pasaron lxs rectores y maestrxs infames, pero la creatividad fue un impulso más fuerte. Su imaginacion le permitió hacer un camino propio, un surco que se rellena con las voces de los excluídos, el surco de los vándalos y el de los que, como el, crearon su propia escuela a base de fanzines, artes de tapas de discos, comics, murales callejeros y personajes de la noche.

PUNK ROCK, ANARQUÍA Y TINTA CHINA recopila trabajos aparecidos tanto en el Buenos Aires Desorden zine como en los flyers, afiches, discos, muros , publicaciones alternativas, “brazos y piernas”, etcétera, que llevan y llevarán su estilo. Un monton de años agitando. Desde 1991 con el punk rock (primero con masacre en el autocine, bsas desorden, nogal, klub699, terror y miseria, y actualmente con sopa de garrón y ácidos populares; y a partir de 1993 con su fanzine. Siempre sosteniendo un mensaje, un grito que enfatiza aquello que no somos e invita a buscar -tambien en los pliegues de este libro- aquello que somos: irreductibles.


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