Carnivale: a Kit Kaleidoscope story
second edition: September 2017
200 pages • 2 color
“Carnivale presents a powerful tension: the characters aren’t given a words with which to define themselves, which could potentially take power away from them. However, with a lack of words, one is encouraged to accept a visual interpretation of themselves that doesn’t succumb to preconceived labels.” -Aaron King, Hazel &Wren
Kit struggles with their painting and sense of self as they become interested in a local singer. Meanwhile, Kit’s fellow gravedigger befriends an elderly woman whose stories cause him to confront his own history. The painful details of his dead lover and Kit’s own struggles come together as the town prepares once again for carnivale.
Carnivale is a 190-page wordless story about art, gender, relationships, and storytelling.
digital: Google Play