Monthly Archives: March 2007

Los Bros Kupperman

Michael “Tales Designed To Thrizzle” Kupperman emulates the very recognizable Hernandez style in this illustration for an article for the New Yorker (march 2, 2003).

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Comics are just for kids — or are they ?

An article from National Geographic Magazine, and an house ad from Marvel Comics, both from the sixties, but from very different worlds…

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McManus Envelopes

I think it would have been very cool to receive this kind of mail while you’re in the army… (from our anonymous benefactor – you know who you are…)

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Seth in the New Yorker

Seth drew this beautiful portrait of a blues guitarist for the february 3, 2003 issue of the New Yorker.

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Filler time – Cartoon women in dove campaign

About a year ago, Dove ran a campaign featuring cartoon women like Jane Jetson and Marge Simpson, showing the benefits of Anti Frizz Creme, Volumizing Mousse, Define & Style Control Gel and Precision Volume Hairspray (the branding gurus had a … Continue reading

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I Love Mademoiselle Annette

For a few months now I’ve been picking up this free lifestyle magazine called Mochi. Basically it’s just your usual combination of bling advertisments and product editorials. One thing, though, sets this mag apart from all the rest : Mademoiselle … Continue reading

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That’s the way to bring good art to the masses…

Yeti is the Flemish education department‘s official magazine for kids in primary school. Rather than make it a dreary, stuffy journal, they opted to pimp it up and took on board two of the best cartoonist this country has to … Continue reading

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