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Monthly Archives: October 2007
This was the poster for an Ivan Brunetti exhibition in the Fantagraphics gallery, earlier this year. I dig the Van Gogh reference.
Quite a nice, albeit overwhelming, poster for Bob Dylan’s radio show, by one of the Hernandez Bros (I keep mixing them up).
One more time, and with only one more to go, we delve into the educational treasure trove that is the Nutricia Baby Books. This week, another cuddly toy gets its comeuppance, as I tell you the story of… “The stupid … Continue reading
A real life think bubble from the Wooster Collective.
This cover was drawn by Adrian Tomine for Yo La Tengo’s WFMU benefit album “Murdering the Classics”. I like the way Tomine weaved a little story in the art, and also commented on the music (which, if I may say … Continue reading
The local police in the Belgian zone “Noorderkempen” organizes a campaign against bicycle theft featuring Fanny Kiekeboe, a creation of Flemish cartoonist Robert Merhottein and one of the most succesful comic stars in Belgium. Just so you know. I’m not … Continue reading
Jeff Smith brings to our attention that the new double CD by New New Wave Rockers Say Anything was released yesterday. Why, you ask ? Well, since he did the cover art. Which is quite awesome and new, albeit a … Continue reading
Wired presents a thorough though concise insight in how Manga Conquered the U.S. in PDF format (with art by Atsuhisa Okura). Nothing new, but a good intro nonetheless. And it’s in comic format, which makes it even more interesting. (via … Continue reading
When I saw the above illustration from ‘The Magic Pencil’ by Dwight Sturgess (courtesy Stripper’s Guide), the scene below came to my mind immediately. This strip is from Willy Vandersteen’s Suske en Wiske comic ‘De Briesende Bruid‘ (‘The Roaving Bride’, … Continue reading
(from The Hurting)