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Category Archives: Illustration
It looks like Ivan Brunetti is becoming one of the favorites for New Yorker covers. This particular one graces the current issue (September 23), celebrating the new look of the magazine’s city listings. Read more on the New Yorker blog. … Continue reading
Dylan Horrocks and System of A Down – now there are two names I’d never dream of seeing in one sentence? But still, the creator of one of the most literate (or at least bookish) comics of the past decennia, … Continue reading
Have you ever found yourself buying a scarf and wondering how to wear it except as a casually thrown wrap around your throat? Well, wonder no more, as Belgian fashion label Clinch and equally Belgian cartoonist Brecht Evens are here … Continue reading
It’s always nice to see cartoonists design covers for “normal” books. Case in point : Jessica Abel created the cover illustration for the hardback edition of My Education, the latest novel by Susan Choi. And a fine job she did, … Continue reading
This week, the Seattle Weekly covers Fantagraphics Books in its Bumbershoot 2013 column, and Peter Bagge provided the cover to the issue and an illustration for the column. (illustrations © Sound Publishing, Inc. – found via Peggy)
In 1994, British cartoonist Brendan McCarthy was asked to create concept art for what should have become a fantastic movie version of The Wind In The Willows, with people instead of anthropomorphic animals. I love the phrenology of the different … Continue reading