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More Good Illustrations in the New York Times

After yesterday’s cool find of a new Tomine illo in the New York Times, Ephemerist agent Mike found two more good illos that appeared in the Times recently.  The first one is by Kristian Hammerstad and appeared in the Sunday … Continue reading

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The Realist Right to Left

With this strip from Asaf Hanuka’s fabulous The Realist, I realised that it’s not just Japanese comics that present orientation issues when you translate them.  The original version of Hanuka’s strips are in hebrew, which is read right-to-left.  If you … Continue reading

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How to be topical

Israeli cartoonist Asaf Hanuka shows how bring a topical message without getting preachy.  From his ongoing “documentation in comics-form of one family’s search of a home”, The Realist. (artwork © Asaf Hanuka 2010)

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