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Monthly Archives: June 2013
Judging from his Mass Murderer of Steel review-in-game-format, I guess Kyle Baker didn’t care much for the last part of Man of Steel…
If you (or Chicago Magazine) ask what Chicago means to Dan Clowes, you get this. Get the fully annotated version at the magazine’s website. (via The Beat)
Oh, golly, it’s another Mad Fold-in hommage! These are from a campaign for Comedy Central in Argentina, encouraging you to combine the two images to complete the logo. Even if the resulting image is quite zany (and not really funny), … Continue reading
Words fail me. This is silly, and at the same time, what would this be like on TV? Ah, ponderings! (art by Mike Holmes, via Tom)
If the Joost Swarte Blog is to be believed, nothing is safe from Swarte’s urge to redesign and illustrate. Take this van, for example, selling french fries on cultural events in and around Haarlem. Oh, Joost, must you be so … Continue reading
Here’s yet one more advertising campaing for men’s grooming products featuring comics references. This time Schick threatens to tackle V’s iconic moustache.
How do you translate an explicitly visual medium for people who can’t see? You can’t just print a comic with embossed detail – the picture would become too chaotic and the sequence of the pictures would be too hard to … Continue reading
“Don’t let hunger beat you” – artwork by Francisco Valle
If you say all at once, your message is hard to digest, but if you say it in little burps, it’s easier to stomach. That, or something like it, seems to be the message in these ads for yet another … Continue reading