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Category Archives: Illustration
This scene will be quite familiar for those amongst you who spend their time slaving away in their home office, constantly disturbed by neighbours, offspring and the technological temptations that populate our households. A recent illustration by Brecht Vandenbroucke for … Continue reading
Elusive cartoon superstar Bill Watterson, celebrated creator of Calvin and Hobbes and very much off the radar since that strip’s demise, clearly hasn’t lost his touch. He created the poster for the new documentary Stripped, a feature-length love song to … Continue reading
A while ago I posted a vintage comic by Flemish cartoonist Renaat Demoen from the 1940′s, as I scanned it from the tattered copy that my mom gave to me when I was a little kid myself (I later managed … Continue reading
It’s nice to see work by once-cartoonist-now-children’s-books-author Brian Biggs pop up in unexpected places, such as this illustration for The February 6 issue of the Washington Post Express. (Thanks, Mike)
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