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Category Archives: Illustration
Like he did a few times in the past, Adrian Tomine provides the cover for the 12th issue of the Japanese literary journal, In The City. (via Adrian Tomine News)
Sometimes you find comics related art in the most unlikely of places. Just take this cover that Tony Millionaire created for the podcast Crybabies, featuring the sad, sad faces of hosts Sarah Thyre and Susan Orlean. Incidentally, Crybabies is a … Continue reading
I’m always interested in projects that combine elements of popular or geek culture to create new visual designs. Heroic Words Of Wisdom is such a project, which has been around for a while but only just popped up on my radar … Continue reading
A couple of months ago (make that half a year, more like), I mentioned the statues that Ever Meulen designed for my home town. Since then two more statues have been added to the series, making it a total of … Continue reading
The Boxing Day edition of the Washington Post reported on the state of affairs after the frenzy of Christmas is over. British artist Jon McNaught provided a few quite poignant and sad illustrations. As one of the readers remarks, this piece … Continue reading
For an exhibition currently running in the Amsterdam Press Museum, Erik Kriek created an image of the comics journalist par excellence, Clark Kent, jumping to the rescue (on the brink of getting caught). The illustration was originally published on the … Continue reading
This month’s cover for the MIT Technology Review was created by parody genius R. Sikoryak, narrowly skirting the line between homage and tracing. (Via Mark and coverjunkie)