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Monthly Archives: December 2012
New music comes to life in a cartoon strip manner in these little ads for Chilean radio station Horizonte. Artwork for these ads is by the Manu Studio. (via I Believe In Advertising, which has bigger versions)
UK cartoonist and illustrator Stephen Collins (of the amazing Coelacanth Diaries) provided the excellent artwork for last weekend’s Guardian Weekend magazine. Which allows us to wish you all a very merry christmas, and all the best for the new year. (artwork … Continue reading
Well, in Italy at least, Snoopy does his bit to reduce the number of car accidents during the summer months. He is the mascot for the Vacanze Coi Fiocchi campaign, which is held every year with all the accoutrements necessary.
This one’s from Chicago too. Cartoonist Paul Hornschemeier has a regular feature on the back page of Chicago Magazine, and this is his contribution to the December 2012 issue. I think life’s tough in the windy city. (Artwork by Paul Hornschemeier, … Continue reading
In these times of festivities, pay some thought to those who work hard to provide all the necessities for that festive spirit. Such as David Lasky in his disguise as Bread Delivery Man, from the December 2012 issue of The … Continue reading
The wonderful Michael Neno created this Kirby-inspired poster for a new production of the Alan Bennett play, The History Boys. You’ll have to go to Columbus to see it, but at least you can enjoy the poster wherever you are. … Continue reading