Tag Archives: R. Sikoryak

Troll Hunters

This month’s cover for the MIT Technology Review was created by parody genius R. Sikoryak, narrowly skirting the line between homage and tracing. (Via Mark and coverjunkie)

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Wherefore fliest thou, Romeo?

In his inimitable style, R. Sikoryak provides the cover for this year’s Comic Book Theatre Festival brochure. The festival organised by The Brick for the second time coming June. The Beat has the lowdown.  

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Sikoryak does Robinson

This week’s issue of the New Yorker magazine features this swell portrait of seminal Batman cartoonist Jerry Robinson by R. Sikoryak. I first thought it was a Floc’h piece, but Mr. S fooled me again. (also via Drawn & Quarterly)

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Clowes has his own bag now !

Strand tote bags are not just for Seth and R. Sikoryak anymore : Dan Clowes has his own bag now, and it’s a beauty !

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Dostoyevsky Comics

R. Sikoryak is a reknowned illustrator who has worked for Harvard Business Review, LA Weekly, The Stranger and The New Yorker. He’s also a very keen parodist of several cartoonist’s signature style, such as his Tintin On the Moon parody … Continue reading

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