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Category Archives: Illustration
Paul Hornschemeier, probably the smartest cartoonist around, made the cover for The Power Of Patrician Upbringing, the new album by Chicago hard rock combo Fake Limbs. It is as muted as the music is raucous. The Power of Patrician Upbringing by … Continue reading
In the runup to the yearly visit of Sinterklaas (the Dutch and Flemish version of Santa Claus, who visits every year on December 5) Pieter de Poortere created this child-friendly version of his famous Where’s Wally-like pictures. The illustration is … Continue reading
Adrian Tomine, New Yorker Magazine, Cover — ordinarily, that’s really all you need to know. Except that this one has a nice topical twist to it, as it features current-but-not-future New York mayor Michael Bloomberg looking sorrowful to an equally … Continue reading
In the 1950s and 60s The Adventures of Tintin were serialised in the Portuguese weekly Cavaleiro Andante. This periodical ran from 1952 until 1962 and featured adventure-type comics from around the world (see more here). It would however seem that brand … Continue reading
Travel Better London, a new campaign by Transport For London, wants to encourage everyone to be respectful and considerate of each other when travelling around the capital. The campaign focused on National Poetry Day (October 3), but also featured some very … Continue reading
Cartoonist Michael Neno drew this poster for a local record and book fair. I can relate to this general sentiment : it often seems to me that if it doesn’t have a screen, the kids just don’t pay attention.