Monthly Archives: July 2007

Walter Harrison Cady

Golden Age Comic Book Stories presents a wonderful set of illustrations by Walter Harrison Cady. I’d never heard of him before, but his work eerily fits into some of today’s alternative cartoon styles. I particularly like the Ivory Soap (advertisment … Continue reading

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Anticipation – Warner Bros is really taking this viral movie marketing to the next level. I mean, this Batman movie will take on a “new, darker take” on the Joker ? So what ? It’s been only 20 years since … Continue reading

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Smoke Break

“Smoke Break” is a comic by Emily Flake about her ambiguous relationship with the Nicotine devil. It was published in the march 8, 2006 issue of the Baltimore City Paper. Even though I am not a smoker myself, I can … Continue reading

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How will you be remembered?

From Ads from the world, more great cartoon-style advertising, this time for Deloitte. Wonderful stuff by South-African agency King James. Read on to see more…

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Konzerthaus Dortmund

Ads of the World highlights a wonderful cartoony campaign, giving some edge to something as stuffy as a classical concert hall. By Jung von Matt. Read on for more…

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Is it Superman ? No !

A great comic from a recent issue of Humo – Kamagurka and Herr Seele’s Cowboy Henk tries on Superman’s garb… (translation : “Shit, all my clothes are in the laundry. The only thing I have left is this thing here.” … Continue reading

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East Timor Is A Riot

This very nice piece of Sacco-like cartoon journalism by war correspondent David Axe and illustrator Matt Bors appeared in the second issue of Vice this year. Read on for the complete comic, and also have a look at the War … Continue reading

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