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Monthly Archives: June 2007
This Cream of Wheat ad features Hank Ketcham’s Dennis The Menace. from the 1950’s. Neat, I think.
These have been up for quite a while, but I only came across them over the weekend. The inimitable Leif Peng (of Today’s Inspiration) has collected a whole series of advertisments by Frank Robbins on his Flickr page. They’re very … Continue reading
Two-Coats McWhinnie is a strip that Jonathan Edwards did together with Ian Carney in 1999 about a kid who decides to wear two coats at a time. It was supposed to be published as a Slab-O-Concrete Missive Device (a combination … Continue reading
A quick glance at my referrer sites lead me Gaper’s block which gave a nicely double edged comment on my recent Ief Claessen post and lead me to the Bleat, where I found alittlebettergasstation.com. This is a campaign site for … Continue reading
In Annecy, France the annual Animation Festival just closed its doors. During the festival, the BD Fugue Cafe organised a series of sketching sessions with luminaries like Joann Sfar, Lewis Trondheim, Gilbert Shelton and Paolo Campinoti. Check out their blog … Continue reading
From The Arflovers Blog : Hugo Pratt’s take at Donald Duck. Oh, and they also have rss-feeds these days ! Yesh ! (via The Beat)
The Metabunker has collected the drawings that several Danish cartoonists made to celebrate HergÃ©’s 100th birthday. Those who are familiar with my hangups and dada’s, know that I’m very fond of Tintin in Tibet. That is why I liked Jan … Continue reading
Inspired by Lars “Dogma” Von Trier (about whom I would very much like to read a freudian psychological analysis, mind you), Tom Hart challenged his friend and co-oubapo-ist Matt Madden to challenge him with five obstructions in a comic strip. … Continue reading
Tomer Hanuka provided this sublime cover for the may 2007 issue of The Progressive magazine. More info on the back story for this illustration, and an early sketch, are available at his blog, tropical toxic.