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A bookish side of Jules Feiffer January 18, 2014 – Posted in: Comics / Cartoons, Illustration

Jules Feiffer is a Pulitzer-Prize winning editorial cartoonist who has written over 35 books, plays and screenplays. His long running syndicated strip Feiffer appears in newspapers around the country and in 2004 he was inducted into the Comic Hall Fame. Here’s a selection of his editorial cartoons that lean bookish: These and other editorial cartoons are available through R.Michelson Galleries.

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Welcome to Archibet City January 16, 2014 – Posted in: Alphabets, Illustration

Welcome to Archibet City. A metropolis created by Frederico Babina where some of the world’s most famous architects meet the alphabet.       View the entire Archibet here  Select prints of the letters are available for $25 h/t Quipsologies  

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Here Come ‘The Mischievians’ January 7, 2014 – Posted in: Illustration

Move over Morris Lessmore, it’s time for  Dr. Maximilian Fortisque Robinson Zooper. Building on their hugely successful multi-platform hit The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore , William Joyce  and Moonbot Studios are back with The Mischeivans, a hilarious jaunt through  “life’s unsolvable irritations” that will delight both young and old.   This  ancient race is responsible for many of life’s unsolvable irritations that continue to challenge us.  From the Danglers (think nose) to the Homework Eaters to The…

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Julian Montague’s invented intellectual history of pest control December 11, 2013 – Posted in: Art, book design, graphic design, Illustration, Installation

As part of his 2010 site-specific installation, Secondary Occupants Collected & Observed at Black & White Gallery, Julian Montague invented a  intellectual history of pest control through covers of fictitious paperbacks. In addition to the covers the installation , which examined multiple aspects of animal/architecture engagement, included a rotten garden shed, 48 portrait banners and an assemblage of different specimens found and multiple photographs taken in the process of researching wildlife and architecture.       Montague’s appreciation…

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Literary Coffee and more from Gianluca Biscalchin November 14, 2013 – Posted in: Illustration

Checkout this gem from Italian illustrator Gianluca Biscalchin. Biscalchin’s specialty is food illustration but thankfully he found a way to incorporate a literary theme. He also is in the midst of a project of author portraits called Scrittori that warrants attention. Cool stuff.

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