Posts tagged illustration
Posts tagged illustration
PyramidCar!: Paris Exposition (Scott Campbell)
After a year of writing this webcomic about a high school newspaper, finally have a page where an issue of said high school paper, you know, is actually published.
You guys, we were too busy DEVELOPING CHARACTERS and TELLING STORIES. You guys!
A Haruki Murakami/Adrian Tomine collabfest? Art Samurai needs to become a phrase now. Or Japanawesome. Tokyomazing? Tokyomazing!
At Koenji Station, Tengo boarded the Chuo Line inbound rapid-service train. The car was empty. He had nothing planned that day. Wherever he went and whatever he did (or didn’t do) was entirely up to him. It was ten o’clock on a windless summer morning, and the sun was beating down. The train passed Shinjuku, Yotsuya, Ochanomizu, and arrived at Tokyo Central Station, the end of the line. Everyone got off, and Tengo followed suit. Then he sat on a bench and gave some thought to where he should go. “I can go anywhere I decide to,” he told himself. “It looks as if it’s going to be a hot day. I could go to the seashore.” He raised his head and studied the platform guide.
I’m IN LOVE with the new logo for my book blog “Books are my Boyfriends.” Like, really, in love. I want to write its name and my name with hearts around it in my paper notebook and obsessively stalk it on Facebook. Sexy hot adventures with books at www.booksaremyboyfriends.wordpress.com
I need this outfit for cookbook reading. Or just regular book reading. Or just like, this outfit for everything.
The Queen of Hearts,
She made some tarts.
From The queen of hearts, written and illustrated by Randolph Caldecott, London, New York, circa 1881.
The “Great Gatsby” dream sequence in the webcomic that I write continues. Click through for webcomic.
"Aces" the webcomic I write, begins our big, fancy dream sequence. Click through to get to the webcomic itself!
This is what I feel like today.
In The Library by Tatsuro Kiuchi
Margswood, you did “Handmaid’s Tale” AND this cartoon?
You so awesome.
When Margaret Atwood drew this cartoon — inspired by a great Barbara Gowdy quip — a few years ago, I didn’t realize she had a background as a cartoonist. But Clive Thompson links to a 1978 TV interview with Atwood about her Kanadian Kulture Komic. “You’re supposed to do one thing,” she says. “If you do more than that, people get confused.”
(This seems like a good time to link to Rebecca Solnit’s incredible “Men Who Explain Things,” just in case there’s anyone left on the Internet who hasn’t read it.)
I’m twenty-four years old and it is not an infrequent occurrence for me to dress like five year old Ramona the Pest.
I also feel like this illustration for at least fifteen seconds out of every day.
Illustration by Louis Darling, from “Ramona The Pest” (1968)