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Monthly Archives: February 2009
Found this via Reddit.Â No idea who did this, but i like it. update – it would seem that this is in fact the grand finale to Rich Johnston and Simon Rohrmuller’s Watchmensch, which is available hereÂ was in fact done … Continue reading
German superheroes, you gotta love them (from The private collection of Hans Braun – via Martin Klasch)
The Blue Barnhouse pointed me towards this quite neat trailer for Art Spiegelman’s new sketchbook collection, Be A Nose, which they describe as follows : Art Spiegelman, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Maus, creator of Wacky Packs and the Garbage … Continue reading
Comic blogger supreme Boulet has created the waiting page for the soon-to-be blog by popular French children’s comics magazine Tcho! And since this cartoon will probably vanish as soon as the blog is live (as waiting pages tend to do), … Continue reading
I love it when Bizarro goes all self-referential…
Oh, I like this. Â This is another example of Mitch ‘Spacesick’ Ansara‘s genius – with a minimal amount of text and imagery, he manages to create a full-fledged story. Â It does remind me a bit of the concrete poetry that … Continue reading
If you need to create a sense of power, just add tights and a cape, even when it’s about fast food. Â Editorial illustration work by Sasan Saidi. (via the Little Chimp Society illustration portal)
Ads of the World is running quite a few comics-themed ads these days. Â This naughty one for a dance school is byÂ Diamond OgilvyÂ in Seoul, Korea. Â Illustrations are byÂ Kyungseop Shin. It’s kinda strange that you don’t see this kind of how-to … Continue reading
Another example of the Superhero cliche being used in advertising. Â This time it’s a PSA against obesity with children. (from Ads Of The World, which also has other examples featuring Barbie and Playmobil dolls)