Monthly Archives: May 2009

I was just wondering myself…

(via Waxin & Milkin)

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Draw Serge

The Cartoonist points towards a great initiative : Draw Serge, an tribute to French singer, songwriter and enfant terrible, Serge Gainsbourg.  The site was set up by Jonathan Edwards, and features contributions by illustrators and cartoonists like  Will Kane, Darryl … Continue reading

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Raphael Sadeeq

I love Raphael Sadeeq‘s own brand of retro-soul, and I am struck by the way French illustrator Arnette Marnat has been able to capture his complete persona in one single portrait. Great stuff !

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Mr. Biggs does a Golden Book !

In between preparing his major new projects, Brian Biggs is currently doing a Little Golden Book, and it promises to be a damn good one too. (via Frank)

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Crumb and Burns

Found this portrait of R. Crumb by Charles Burns on Tumblr or something like it, and it immediately reminded me of a post I did a while ago. Crumb and Burns could be more separate stylistically, but still, they are … Continue reading

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What he says !

This illustration by Argentinan artist Maxim Dalton has it all : a very topical, urgent message with a cool, retrofitted design, from the colors to the shapes, all the way to the typography. Please also check out his other illustrations … Continue reading

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What’s Funny ?

American cartoonist Mark Newgarden and his Austrian counterpart Nicolas Mahler will be talking about how comics work, the marketplaces for graphic humor, where they get their  ideas, and, yes, the answer to that eternal question, “What is ‘Funny’?” in a … Continue reading

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Green Lantern Trailers ? Take Your Pick !

With rumors on a possible Green Lantern movie seeping down the interwebs, there’s no shortage of fan-made trailers.  This one, by Jaron Pitts is by far the most professional one, and, if nothing else, the most promising one in terms … Continue reading

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His shadow looms…

I normally don’t really dig lolcatz that much anymore, but this one I like.

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New Herge Museum

This cartoon by Kim Duchateau in tuesday’s De Morgen explains the result of Moulinsart’s handling of the press at the opening of the new Hergé museum in Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium.  For more, check my post at Forbidden Planet. As an aside … Continue reading

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