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Tag Archives: Popeye
When I first saw this print ad by Brazilian agency Box for the government of Boias in central Brazil, I was imagining some high drama in Popeye’s life. Did Olive just tell him that she’d made up her mind and … Continue reading
Did fashion icon Jean Paul Gaultier just bring danger to one of the longest-lasting love interests in comics? For the latest edition of his Le Male perfume line, Gaultier took inspiration from Popeye, which was not that big of a leap, as … Continue reading
The picture at the top is an amazing tattoo designed by Russian artist Alina Fokina, as shown on her Facebook page on Decembe 20, 2013. Below is an ad for a brand of safety gloves, created by the Brazilian agency Filadélfia … Continue reading
Graphic artist Chuck Forsman has created this condensed version of Raiders Of The Lost Ark in the manner of Elsie Segar’s Popeye. Prints are for sale at the Oily Boutique. Check out Chuck’s site for more. (artwork by Chuck Forsman, … Continue reading
All of Popeye in one page. I’m speechless. Luckily, Doc’s not : on his own blog, he adds notes and commentary. (via Comic Twart)
It would seem that these days spinach alone wouldn’t cut it anymore for Popeye. According to commercial artist Dennis Zilber, that is. (via Abduzeedo)
Popeye keeps popping up in advertisments across the world. Ads of the World‘s latest example is this poster, for the Asociación Salvadoreña de Agencias de Publicidad in El Salvador. It would seem that, in order to become strong, you’d better … Continue reading
French publisher Les Editions Charrette is planning an artbook dedicated to Popeye. Judging from this sketch by RaphaelB, it’s going to be a beauty.
As proven by this campaign by Euro RSCG in Puerto Rico, clothes do make the man, also in comics. Artwork by Israel García and Pablo Silva.