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Skyler REDDIE saved to Reference Art
The Peanuts Movie leaves Charlie Brown fans with hope, but Peanuts – the comic strip – is enduring because it accepts life’s aches and pains
This is one of those things I came across on eBay. All I know is that it's from WW2 and part of a series of guides for such things as carpe...
Brent Christensen saved to Sketchbooks
French cartoonist Pénélope Bagieu has taken a unique opportunity to correct public misperceptions about the musical icon’s life.
When I was a kid, one of my dream jobs was becoming a newspaper cartoonist. I was a big fan of Garfield and Peanuts, then later Calvin & Hobbes and The Far Side. I went to college to become an Illustrator. I was supposed to be drawing things for advertisements in magazines and stuff like that. All along though I would draw comics to entertain my friends. I would make photocopied books and pass them out to whoever would take them. By the time I finished college newspapers were dying and my…
When somebody coined the phrase "whatever you do, don't forget a smile," they didn't anticipate that Joan Cornella would take this idea and take it to the unholy extremes of dark comedy. But perhaps it's for the best, since those smiles are the only thing that cushion our minds from the brutality of the images he portrays; a smile lets us feel safe while we watch the horrifically graphic scenes of his illustrations unfold. It's the only thing that reminds us that none of it is real, and…
Tara Ginocchio saved to Real vs Fake
Cartoonist Julie Doucet is best known for her influential 1980s/90s comics series ‘Dirty Plotte.’ But she gave up on comics and has never been as famous as some of her peers. Can a new omnibus from Drawn + Quarterly put her in the canon?
According to Grant Snider, "genius" is: 1% inspiration, 29% perspiration, 5% improvisation, 8% aspiration, 7% contemplation, 15% exploration, 13% daily frustration, 11% imitation, 10.9% desperation, and 0.1% pure elation.
Lynn baker saved to Illustration art