Author

Erik de Graaf

Erik de Graaf (b. 1961) studied graphic design and advertising at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rotterdam and is now creative director at Millford design studio. His love of the ‘more serious side of comics’ blos­somed during his student years, influenced by artists such as Joost Swarte and Yves Chaland. In addition to Scherven (Fragments), a sequel to which is due in 2016, he has published the books Verbleekte Herinneringen (Faded Recollections), Gekleurd Geheugen (Coloured Memory) and* Gevonden Verleden (Found Past). He also collaborated on the second part of the *Drawn and Quarterly Showcase, an anthology from one of the world’s leading comics publishers.

Fragments

Fragments

(De Bezige Bij, 2010, 239 pages)

Two lovers are separated at the beginning of World War II. When the conflict is over and they share their stories with each other, only one conclusion is possible: the life they had together has been decimated. Only fragments remain.

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