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Monthly Archives: January 2007
Beardyman is the king of beatboxing. That’s not me talking, that’s ivow, king of deep tunnel house. Check it out for yourself. Or try this one, which is even more hilarious :
In 2004, the French and Belgian Post Offices worked together on a unique issue, consisting of two stamps dedicated to Edgar P. Jacobs‘ Blake Et Mortimer. On the Belgian side, these were accompanied by a special sheet and a separate … Continue reading
Sometimes licencing just goes too far. As far as I know, Valentine’s Day is a celebration of romantic love (albeit a commercialised one). This, I fear, is not expressed by DC’s Batman and Superman Valentine’s Day Cards…
Here’s an older ad by Brian Biggs, arguably one of the best stylists around. This one was sent to me on my Comics Ephemerist Yahoo Group, by an anonymous benefactor… For the completetists, the ad was published in the Washington … Continue reading
This one was sent to me today, and I like it ! However, I haven’t got the faintest idea where it’s from. If you know, tell me ! !! Update !! Apparently, this is an artwork by the French artist … Continue reading
As an illustration of my definition of ephemera (it doesn’t mean anything, it doesn’t add anything to human progress or otherwise, but it is way cool) : here’s what you can do with a scanner except scan…
Time for another repost from the Comics Ephemerist, the Yahoo group I’ve been involved in for a couple of years. These are the four interconnecting covers that Alex Ross did for the issue of TV Guide that showcased the new … Continue reading
I was browsing around for a way of using YouTube without the branded player (you know, the one with Youtube splashed all over the image). Turns out that YouTube has a form for feedback, a.o. for “Business”. So, I quickly … Continue reading
Clemens Kogler has created a very funny movie dissecting the meaning and secrets of life. While the overall tone never goes beyond the ironic and even sophomoric, the film also contains some very undeniable truths. Just think : the easter … Continue reading
Dit is de eerste column die ik afgelopen oktober in het (eveneens) eerste nummer van de nieuwe reeks van Stripgids schreef.Â De bedoeling is dat ik in elk nummer een column schrijf over het internet en strips.