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Category Archives: Illustration
Karl Meersman is Belgium’s foremost caricaturists, with a weekly topical page in media weekly Focus. With all the attention going to Alan Moore on account of his being on the short list for the Grand Prix in Angoulême, and of … Continue reading
Tomato Can Blues by Mary Pilon is a story about mixed martial arts, lack of opportunity and violent revenge that is just made for a movie treatment. In the mean time, the New York Times saw the possibilities here, and … Continue reading
If you are desperate to get into the superhero game, but don’t know where to start, fear no more. Canadian designer Zia Somjee collected all you need to know in a handy infographic, as is the rage these days. But … Continue reading
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