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Floc’h, French purveyor extraordinaire of extremely pure ligne claire art, has added a new gem to his long-running oeuvre. For Tout de suite, maintenant, the new film of French director Pascal Bonitzer, out in June, Floc’h created the poster and … Continue reading
Seth’s Dominion, the 2014 documentary by Luc Chamberland about Canadian cartoonist Seth and his imaginary town, Dominion, will be released by Drawn & Quarterly later this year as a dvd-in-a-book, lavishly designed by Seth himself. Judging from the cover (which … Continue reading
In order to further bolster the importance of the upcoming Batman vs. Superman: Dawn Of Justice movie, British film magazine Empire commissioned a special cover illustration for the subscribers’ version of its March, 2016 issue. Jim Lee came through with … Continue reading
In order to promote its new Breaking Bad spin-off series, Better Call Saul, AMC put out an online comic called, Client Development. The book ties neatly into the original series, while at the same time focusing on side characters like … Continue reading
A new collected edition of Breaking Bad on Blu-ray will sport brilliant cover illustrations by none other than Ralph Steadman. Each of the six seasons has a portrait of one of the main characters, including Walter White, Jesse Pinkman and … Continue reading
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