editor in the Rhein-Main-Zeitung.F. A. Z.
Hauck: Oh, the time we have is still quite good without the cartoons survived.
Bauer: Because the world was still in order. We had no Internet back then, just our humanism.
Who of you two actually has the principle of division of labour introduced? Hauck? Bauer? Or did it because of the places of residence necessarily?
BAUER: It has inevitably arisen. Elias can't write, I draw but.
What comes with your Strips first? The Text or the image?
Hauck: First of all, Dominik in Frankfurt thinks of what I draw in Berlin.
Bauer: the other way around it would be even more of a picture puzzle: What is this driver who just ran over a cat thinks?
you Know of whom or what was the first-Hauck&Bauer cartoon?
Hauck: That was probably a man, sitting with a beer and what do you think of...
Bauer: With pub jokes started. And in a double sense, because the first Cartoons are actually incurred in a pub
Hauck: Exactly, in the "onion fish" in Berlin.
And who or what was your first published cartoon?
Hauck: That was The "award ceremony". With a kind of Thomas-Gottschalk-figure that has emerged until today, never again.
Where is it published for? And how the contact with the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sunday newspaper later concluded, culminating in the obligation for the legendary Strips, "On the margins of society"?
Bauer: Our first release as H&B was actually the first episode of our comic strips "At the edge of society" in the Sunday newspaper. We had sent Alexander Marguier, the former head of the corporate Department of the F. A. S., just a few Cartoons, because we thought: society is our theme. Hauck: And then we had the great fortune that he found our stuff funny, and had the courage to take us to the leaf. Since the Strip is now in its eighteenth year.
the importance of cartoon prices? It's hailing then offers of Film, radio and television?
Bauer: no. Once it hailed on the evening before the award ceremony.
Hauck: I recently considered a prize throw away, because he is broke.
Bauer: What did you do?New
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Hauck: No, I don't know. But almost. Where you a bad price?
Bauer: you want to repair must be.
Hauck: something my father always says. And after that nothing comes for a long time.
What comes after F. A. S. "Titanic," SPAM at Spiegel Online, as well as books in the Antje-art man-publishing? Or nothing comes about?
Hauck: Our friend Kristof Magnusson is a theatre author and said that, at times, that we could make our stories a "beautiful review". We can't imagine really. But if you feel like it: please report. The performance rights are free.
With the books, you go on a reading tour. How to read for comic strips?
Hauck: Rattelschneck, for example, reads his Comics with a wheat beer, I prefer wine...
Bauer: in any case, with distributed roles and very silly voices. To this end, we project the images on the wall. It is a bit of a Slide lecture, it's just that no one was on vacation.
In the autumn there is a large Hauck&Bauer exhibition at the Caricatura Museum for Comic art in Frankfurt? This is something like a knighthood?
Hauck: Yes, this is an event that ends with a laughing and a crying eye goes. Because, what's that supposed to come after that?
Bauer: It's been a great honor to get a solo exhibition in this house dedicated to. And that Anke Engelke will hold the laudatory speech.
Hauck: a knight is good, corona is a sure thing.Updated Date: 01 October 2020, 12:20