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Monthly Archives: March 2010
On his blog, Canadian illustrator and cartoonist Michael Cho has published a few of the illustrations he made for the opera Les Aventures de Mme Merveille. This opera, written by Cecil Castellucci and currently getting geared up for production by … Continue reading
Sunshine Week (March 14-20) is a “national initiative to open a dialogue about the importance of open government and freedom of information” led by the American Society of News Editors. As part of its promotional toolkit, ASNE provides banners, buttons, … Continue reading
It’s never been as clear as this. (via Vintage_ads)
For the New York Times Opinionator topic All-Nighters (discussing all aspects of insomnia), New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast provided some advice in the form of a comic. She gets to sleep by doing a simple A-Z game : I try … Continue reading
Exactly why the Martin Agency opted for the comic book cover format for these ads for Virginia homelessness action group Homeward, is unclear to me. I do like the result, however, especially thanks to Matt Wieringo‘s quite effective and atmospheric … Continue reading
Just dig the cool sleeve on this blues compilation from 1969. The man dressed as Batman is supposed to be legendary blues producer Mike Vernon. And what a line-up !
British cartoonist Tom Gauld (Hunter & Painter, The Giant Robot) has designed three cans for Diet Coke. The cans are introduced to raise awareness for The Heart Truth, the women’s heart health program. Together with Mans+Blacklist, and Max Erdenberger, Gauld … Continue reading
I’m not one for using contemporary slang, but OMG ! Robert Goodin just got Richard Sala to join the Covered project with a reworking of Beware #7 (Trojan Magazines, 1954). It’s a great cover, that sticks very closely to the … Continue reading
Letterheady is my new candy of choice, and today it offered this gem. In the 80’s, Bill Watterson had the coolest stationary featuring a tiger, ever.