Søren Glosimodt Mosdal

Written by Maura Manninen on . Posted in Artists, Danish artists

Søren Glosimodt Mosdal
( b. 1972 ) has been a member of the illustration studio Overfloden in Nørrebro, Copenhagen  since 2006. 

He has worked professionally the last 10 years as a comic artist for a wide range of publishers at home and abroad, as well as an illustrator for many Danish newspapers and magazines, including Politiken, Berlingske Tidende and Euroman.

His debut album Gash (1999, Slab – O – Concrete) is a collection of stories published in the self-published magazine series Drone, and then Feuerwerk (2001, Amok) followed. Since then his comics, often produced in collaboration with author jacob Ørsted, has been published up through the ’00s in a myriad of danish and foreign anthologies, many of them with german Moga Mobo, and most recently in From Wonderland with Love (2010, Aben Maler / Fantagraphics) .

Søren Mosdals latest publishings are Lost Highway (2010 Fahrenheit), about the American country & western legend Hank Williams’s life and death, and the sequel to Cph Rock World # 1 (2007, Smittekilde Press), Noize World # 2, again in collaboration with Ørsted.

Søren Glosimodt Mosdal participated in the Nordicomics tour 2010 Copenhagen workshop and anthology.



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