- Dawn of the Unread is the bwainz of James Walker.
Here artist John 'Brick' Clark explains how he brought Slavomir Rawicz back to life. His chapter is released on 8th April 2014.
- Inspired by the iconic 1980's TV advertising campaign for Tunes menthol sweets, starring Peter Cleall in which he delivers the immortal line 'A second class return to Dottingham, please".
This edit by students from Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies, suggests "Books make you think more easily" and is based on an idea by Nottingham writer James Walker. The original TV Ad went viral courtesy of schoolyard mimics and impersonators.
Produced as part of 'Dawn on the Unread' a serialised interactive graphic novel featuring unread authors who return from the dead in search of books. dawnoftheunread.com
- Dawn of the Unread is the bwains of James Walker.
The first chapter is released on 8th March 2014.
Here artist Mike White explains how he drew on the style of 50s pulp horror comics to inform his style.
- 'The Bookworm' by Simon Raven was a short film, originally exhibited as part of Shortlist 5 (Swiss Cottage Library, 2012, curated by Shape).
The work was made while Simon Raven was artist in residence at Camden Arts Centre (as recipient of the Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary, for artists working with a disability).
Camden Arts Centre is located in a former library.
Dawn of the Unread launches on National Libraries' Day, 8 Feb 2014.
Dawn of the Unread
When the dead go unread... there's gonna be trouble! Dawn of the Unread is an interactive graphic novel available on various media platforms.