Wobby is a Dutch quarterly, Risograph printed magazine
for illustration, comics & literature

You can order Wobby here or you can join the club

Dutch artists Jeroen de Leijer and Marjolein Schalk from Tilburg-based Studio De Leijer started Wobby.club together with S. Lloyd Trumpstein in 2015. They publish and print the independent Risograph magazine Wobby 4 times a year, with various guest artists. The magazine balances on the edge of art, comics, illustration and literature. 

The Wobby factor can be described as humorous, quirky, authentic and with a certain roughness. Wobby.club cherishes the imperfection of Risoprinting and adores the colours of the inks that gives the magazine its special look. Each edition features a theme, like 'testosteron', 'the garden' or 'nasty stuff’. Various guest artists, illustrators, comic book artists, and writers, both national and international, proven and upcoming talent, are invited to contribute new work. To mention a few:

John Broadley (UK), A.H.J. Dautzenberg (NL), Joakim Drescher (DK), Charlotte Dumortier (BE), Bobbi Oskam (NL), Floor Rieder (NL), Typex (NL), Aart-Jan Venema (NL), Lukas Verstraete (BE), Maartje Wortel (NL), Zane Zlemeša (LV), Sigrid Calon (NL), BURNBJOERN (AT), Nick Liefhebber (NL), Paul Paetzel (DE), Erik Svetoft (SE), Tetsunori Tawaraya (JP).

Wobby is sold in ao Tate Museum Shop (London, UK), Needles & Pens (San Francisco, US), Skylight Books (Los Angeles, US), Motto (Berlin, DE), Athenaeum (Amsterdam, NL), Boekie Woekie (Amsterdam, NL), BOYCOTT BOOKS (Amsterdam, NL), Printroom (Rotterdam, NL), Livius (Tilburg, NL).

Wobby is distributed to comic book stores in The Netherlands by Strips in Voorraad and in Belgium by Pinceel. If you would like to stock Wobby, please contact us.

Wobby was shortlisted at the 2017 Stack Awards for Best Use of Illustration.

It’s Nice That: “…chuckle with bonkers magazine Wobby"

People of Print: ”Wobby; a Risograph-printed quarterly magazine which we think is perfect for those who need an adrenaline shot of visual inspiration”