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Tag Archives: Tom Gauld
It’s spring (at last)! And to celebrate the season of new youthful energy, Tom Gauld created a nice cover for theÂ New Yorker featuring all the sounds that spring to mind, from bird sounds to Vivaldi. If you click through to … Continue reading
Tom Gauld has a new strip in the New York Times Magazine! In his first serving, he brings up a topic that is probably quite familiar for many of us book addicts – what to do when a book is … Continue reading
Judging from Tom Gauld‘s cover to this week’s edition of the New Yorker magazine, his idea of a good library is quite similar to mine. Thank God they didn’t pick the alternative featuring the e-reader. It would have “said something”, … Continue reading
Tom Gauld illustated an article on William Faulkner and race in the New York Times on July 1st. Â Leave it to him to accurately summarize a man’s work in three narrow strips of artwork.
Earlier on, Tom Gauld designed some very nice cans for Diet Coke. Now he’s designed the complete look of the new Diet Coke campaign to raise awareness for women’s heart health (organised in partnership with The Heart Truth). This involved … Continue reading
Thanks to Tom Gauld’s Twitter feed (and with a little help of Jean-Marc Van Tol‘s), we now have a quite comprehensive overview of Jochen Gerner‘s Panorama Du Froid paintings, which he creates by painting glaciers on tourist postcards. (artwork Â© … Continue reading
Clearly writing stories is no walk in the park, if Tom Gauld is to be believed. (from Neil Gaiman’s blog)
British cartoonist Tom Gauld (Hunter & Painter, The Giant Robot) has designed three cans for Diet Coke.Â The cans are introduced to raise awareness for The Heart Truth, the women’s heart health program.Â Together with Mans+Blacklist, and Max Erdenberger, Gauld … Continue reading