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Category Archives: Illustration
Brasilian illustrator Butcher Billy betrays his age with this New Wave – Silver age mashup. Ever imagined Ian Curtis as Batman, Siouxsie Sioux as Wonder Woman or Robert Smith as Plastic Man? Look no further…
The Clear Line tradition in the Low Lands seems to be saved. Peter Willems delivered this illustration for a recent special biking issue of the De Morgen daily, which clearly shows influence by Swarte en Meulen (and even a cameo … Continue reading
To celebrate Mother’s Day, Chris Ware and the New Yorker came up with this all-mother family. And just count on the people of the Internet to start bitching about the fact that the blonde mother looks too male…
Italian ad agency H-57 published the book Shortology, a collection of stories told in a minimum of images. Instead of using a lot of words or images to tell and retell the same story again and again, the creators aim at … Continue reading
This beautiful and very atmospheric illustration by Adrian Tomine appeared in the April 15, 2013 issue of The New Yorker. It accompanied a review of the new Terrence Malick film, To the Wonder.
Luke Pearson seems to have grown beyond his fame as contributor to various Nobrow publications (not in the least his own Everything We Miss and Hildafolk comics). Next week’s New Yorker magazine features a cover by his hand, which shows a … Continue reading