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Category Archives: Art
I’m not really a fan (anymore) of super-hero themed design exercises, but these flags by Fabian Gonzalez (who also did the Super-hero Alphabet a while back) are rather fun. They almost make me curious for super-hero scouting badges, to be … Continue reading
Look, it’s Tintin (and Snowy) as recreated by American artist and cartoonist Gary Panter. From his recent show in the Galerie Martel in Paris. Check out the online catalogue for lots more interesting stuff, including original Smoke Wagon strips and … Continue reading
Phil Jones (of Birds Of Pray fame) created a quite splendid t-shirt of the Peanuts gang, as represented by, well, peanuts. Buy it at Threadless.
This Tintin portrait, based on what must be the only the only clear image of what the young reporter will look like in the new Jackson/Spielberg movie, was created by 19-year old Deviant artist bittercarrot. I truly like it, especially … Continue reading
In a case of extreme doodling, or maybe it’s art, Julia Roth spreads her comic art all over the walls, furniture and office equipment. (via Gallery Comics, one of the least regular blogs I read, but nonetheless one of the … Continue reading
In 1927 the young Mexican cartoonist Luis Hidalgo, who previously had been contributing caricatures to Vanity Fair magazine, created a series of wax figurines portraying the creme de la crème of the literary world at that time. The statuettes, including … Continue reading
Over on the Drawing Words And Writing Pictures site, Matt Madden reports on a quite interesting Oubapo-like activity. He instructed his students to draw a four-panel comic based on a series of poses by live models on a stage. Poses, … Continue reading
Gregg Segal is a photographer best known for his elaborately choreographed celebrity portraits and his quite strange thematical series. One of those, Super-heroes At Home features scenes from the daily life of well-known comic icons, such as Superman, Batman or … Continue reading
This rather splendid psychosmurf was created by French designer and illustrator Odö (a.k.a. Nicolas Le Borgne). Excellent, as is his other work !
This Spider-man street art piece is excellent. Tiny, but (or therefore) excellent. (From Reddit)