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Monthly Archives: January 2009
Dutch illustrator and cartoonist Erik De Graaf, written about before, sent me this new years card he created for the Klare Lijn International website. I like the positive, hopeful vibe it represents. Maybe you’ll also discover the year it was … Continue reading
Even after the big exhibition about his and Charles Berbérian’s work in Angoulême was ready, festival co-président Philippe Dupuy had to make a few last-minute alterations. (translation – the original caption reads “Man sitting”, but Dupuy changed it in “No, … Continue reading
Comics are everywhere in Angoulême. These are just a few of the nices pieces of street art comics I saw (without really looking for them, actually) Please check out the Forbidden Planet Blog Log tomorrow for my report on today’s … Continue reading
The Angouleme Festival celebrates 50 years of venerable children’s comics Boule Et Bill with a special exhibition and balloons featuring an updated version of the boy and his dog.
This I like : cartoonists “covering” classic comic cover images, as if they were songs. No irony, no topicality or cross-references – just redo the original cover as closely as you can, in your own stylee. So far Robert Goodin … Continue reading
This curiosity was sent to me by Stan Jones. It’s a six-part storystrip to promote the 1933 release of RKO’s Little Women starring Katharine Hepburn. The strips were drawn by Glen Cravath, former Frank Buck Sunday artist, who created many RKO movie posters. … Continue reading