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Category Archives: Illustration
For the artwork of their most recent album, Little Fictions, British rock band Elbow worked with illustrator and cartoonist Robert Frank Hunter. Hunter is probably best known for his colourful but subdued work for the Guardian and the New York Times, … Continue reading
About a year ago, in February, 2016, the staff of GQ Magazine drew up a list of the true supervillains of our time. Never mind that it is seeminly humanly more possible to actually be a supervillain than a superhero … Continue reading
On his Twitter page, pictoral warlock extraordinaire Bill Sienkiewicz posted these two portraits of president Obama (if there ever was a president that deserves the title ad infinitum, it’s this one) that reflect both aspects that I admire in the … Continue reading
I’m not really up to speed with my literature, so I only came across this beautiful cover for Jonathan Coe’s most recent novel, Number 11, very recently. It immediately stands out as yet more fine work by Jon McNaught, from … Continue reading
For the Dutch media and TV listings magazine VPRO Gids [link in Dutch], Erik Kriek drew this magnificent cover, featuring Guy Pearce en Dakota Fanning as they appear n Martin Koolhoven’s new Western noir, Brimstone. The image seems to bridge between Kriek’s … Continue reading
Ever since I met her in Angoulême, I’ve been amazed by Zeina Abirached‘s beautiful, iconic cartooning style. In her books, like Le jeu des hirondelles and Je me souviens – Beyrouth, she manages to combine quite realistic memories and anecdotes from her youth in … Continue reading