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Monthly Archives: September 2010
All of Popeye in one page.Â I’m speechless.Â Luckily, Doc’s not : on his own blog, he adds notes and commentary. (via Comic Twart)
Yep, that’s what comes to mind when thinking about Archie : Fruit and Slush. (via Vintage_ads)
Couldn’t sleep last night, and so I tried the old Pick-A-Longbox game, ending up with Children Of the Voyager by Nick Abadzis and Paul Johnson, which is basically one of those short-lived horror comics that Marvel UK published somewhere in … Continue reading
In my opinion, Robert Goodinâ€™s Covered project is one of the most interesting experiments in cartoon art on the web for the moment.Â The dialogue between the original art and the covered version is always interesting, often inspiring and surprising … Continue reading
Here’s a Dupond who clearly has had his morning coffee, and more.Â Don’t know about the earring, though… (Artwork Â© Fabien Abgrall.Â All rights reserved, used with explicit permission.Â Tintin Copyright Â© HergÃ© / MoulinsartÂ â€“ Tous droits rÃ©servÃ©s)
You never need to worry about showing your good side, as with these All View Hoodies from Bioworld Merchandising, you’ll always look super.Â They’re available from the Big Bad Toy Store. I think the Batman version works the best – … Continue reading
Nepalese noodle snacks, before and after Somebody found out about the packaging. (Tintin Copyright Â© HergÃ© / MoulinsartÂ – Tous droits rÃ©servÃ©s.Â Photo Â© jackonflickr. All rights reserved, used with permission)
Lahtinen Mantere Saatchi & Saatchi from Helsinki, Finland created this campaign (featuring illustrations by Ilkka Juopperi) to promote energy conservation.Â When it comes to interactive advertising, it would seem Al Jaffee was a visionary ! What I particularly like about … Continue reading
Jealousy.Â Now that’s motivation ! (from vintage_ads, which has more)
I’ve always known he was of the feline persuasion. (via Wired.com)