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Robert Frank Hunter’s Little Fictions

For the artwork of their most recent album, Little Fictions, British rock band Elbow worked with illustrator and cartoonist Robert Frank Hunter. Hunter is probably best known for his colourful but subdued work for the Guardian and the New York Times, … Continue reading

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Jon McNaught illustrates Coe

I’m not really up to speed with my literature, so I only came across this beautiful cover for Jonathan Coe’s most recent novel, Number 11, very recently. It immediately stands out as yet more fine work by Jon McNaught, from … Continue reading

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McNaught on the spirit after Christmas

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

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Jon McNaught’s Drinking Doe

Jon McNaught created this splendid poster for the Colomiers comics festival, which take place in November.

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Jon McNaught in 2050

For the December, 2010 issue of the Oxford American magazine, British cartoonist genius Jon McNaught created a strip with his predictions of what life will be like in forty years’ time. I am consistently in awe of McNaugh’s creations, and … Continue reading

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Jon McNaught

Kevin Huizenga rarely sheds a light on the things he likes or the artists he admires, so when he does, you pay attention.  On his blog earlier today, he pointed towards Birchfield Close, the new book by Jon McNaught, published … Continue reading

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