Here’s another installment of ‘The Eurovision Bubble’, this time about Eric Saade’s new single Hearts In The Air. It occurred to me that this song is a perfect anthem for the Eurovision Song Contest and its fans, as it encourages everyone to enjoy life, ignore the haters, do what they want to do and put their (flag)hearts in the air.
Introducing my new series of Eurovision comics, entitled ‘The Eurovision Bubble’, a fun, satirical look at life in the Eurovision Song Contest. This is my first foray into drawing comics, so I really hope you enjoy these and hopefully, there will be loads more to come
People who know me will tell you that I have two weaknesses in life: Chocolate and the Eurovision Song Contest. So you can imagine I completely fell apart when I saw THIS whilst out doing my grocery shopping:
Eurovision has always been a treat for the eyes and ears, but now, it’s a treat for the taste-buds too! I shall be buying a whole stack of these for May 10, 12 and 14. Looks like I’m in for a rather decadent Eurovision Weekend. To celebrate, let’s watch Portugal’s 1995 Eurovision entry, Baunilha e Chocolate.
I recently discovered some comics based on the Eurovision Song Contest and they were so hysterically funny and accuarate that I just had to share them. This first one is an illustrated guide to the way countries tend to vote for each other in the contest. The artist is unknown, if you are out there, let us know who you are!
The second comic is by the enormously talented Humon, who’s comics take an amusing and educational take on life in Scandinavia. This comic strip pretty much sums up what happened in the aftermath of the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest and it got me rolling on the floor. Check it out!