Monthly Archives: August 2007

Copycat © #42

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Women in…

These are fun little exercises. Nice Flash art pieces.

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Halloween

I am really excited about the new version of Halloween. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0373883/ That was a really scary movie when I was young. The premise was promising according to a healthy serving of commercials. The movie delivered standing (at the foot of … Continue reading

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Milk and Cheese

Milk and Cheese by Evan Dorkin There is a new issue. http://www.slavelabor.com/product-exec/product_id/103/nm/Milk_Cheese_s_Latest_Thing_7_ I haven’t read this yet. My copy is in the mail. I’ll let you know how this new issue is later. I am confident that it will be … Continue reading

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Copycat © #37

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From the sketch book…

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Brandon Bird

Brandon Bird – http://www.brandonbird.com/ This guy is my hero. I really stand in his shadow. He is doing what I want to do. He is effectively creating authentic pop art circa now. Perfect. This is a painting of L. Ron … Continue reading

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Copycat © #26

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Freaking Awesome

I just found this British illustrator, Craig Atkinson and he is freaking awesome. His work is posted at http://www.craigatkinson.co.uk/. Unfortunately, his website requires some clicking to get into it but it’s totally worth belaying right into the link wall on … Continue reading

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Green

What was it about green that bugged me so much? For many years, I have hated the color green. It is strange because I unapologetically hated green because of the color of its skin. I couldn’t do anything with it, … Continue reading

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