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Tag Archives: Brian Biggs
It’s nice to see work by once-cartoonist-now-children’s-books-author Brian Biggs pop up in unexpected places, such as this illustration for The February 6 issue of the Washington Post Express. (Thanks, Mike)
Illustrator and cartoonist Brian Biggs is currently finalising the first of what is to become a series of picture books on modes of transportation, called Everything Goes (scheduled to be published on September 13 by HarperCollins). Everything Goes On Land … Continue reading
Above is the short movie that the Belgian movie maker Isaac Gozin made in 2003, based on Brian Biggs‘ graphic novel, Dear Julia. Now, compare this to the clip below, the official music video for The Ride, by Belgian singer-songwriter … Continue reading
In between preparing his major new projects, Brian Biggs is currently doing a Little Golden Book, and it promises to be a damn good one too. (via Frank)
Robot 6 lists six cartoonists that have gone into hiding (from comics work, at least), and that urgently need to come back. I can only agree with their selection – I’d forgotten all about Aaron Augenblick and Mary Fleener ! … Continue reading
The ghosts of elections past, by Brian Biggs. (illustrations © Brian Biggs)
With everybody preparing for Halloween next week, Mr. Brian Biggs is currently holding an online contest featuring ten trick-or-treaters of his own design. If you want to win, you need to find a name for one of the creepy kids and … Continue reading
I received a cute envelope today, containing one empty sheet of equally cute stationary paper designed by none other than Mr. Brian Biggs ! I felt like a schoolgirl, collecting Diddl sheets… (images altered to protect the innocent and not-so-innocent … Continue reading
Brian Biggs, illustrator and cartoonist extra-ordinaire, just finished work on a new book, called “Beastly Rhymes”. It was written by Judy Sierra, and will be published in 2008. From the look of it, I’d say it will be a gem. … Continue reading