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Mummified Partch

Mummified Partch

5 days ago   |   The Fabuleous Fifties

Sunday Surprise Dy. I think Virgil Partch is one of the funniest cartoonists of all time. His absurd cartoons started appearing in the later years of WW II and he remained a...
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Sunday Mailbag: Favorite MAD Cover?

5 days ago   |   Tom Richmond

Q: Do you have any favorite picks for covers of MAD Magazine? Or, perhaps a favorite piece of funny art done by another artist for a magazine not related to MAD? A: That's an...
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A Sullivant Original I

A Sullivant Original I

7 days ago   |   Andreas Deja

Dr. Monk: Take a hundred and fifty of these pills with five gallons of hot lemonade before you go to bed tonight, and let me know how you feel in the morning. This Illustration...
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MADness 22: X-Men 2!

24 days ago   |   Tom Richmond   |   2 articles

It's another installment of our ridiculous chronological crawl through my work in MAD! We return to the world of superhero movie spoofs with this parody of the film “X2”...
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Starting From Scratch

Starting From Scratch

26 days ago   |   The Fabuleous Fifties

Sunday Surprise Day. I think I can trace back my love of Lou Fine's work to the first time I saw his sixties detective strip Peter Scratch in the Minnomannee Falls Gazette. I...
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Sunday Mailbag: Chicken Fat?

26 days ago   |   Tom Richmond

Q: Knowing that “Chicken Fat” will eventually be in a satire you do, which comes first in the drawing process, the main characters or the chicken fat stuff? How do you...
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Boy Oh Boy

Boy Oh Boy

27 days ago   |   The Fabuleous Fifties

Saturday Leftover Day. I have shared many pages from the scouting magazine Boy's Life. Some using my own scans, some from the complete run that can be found online. The comic...
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A MAD History Lesson

28 days ago   |   Tom Richmond

Mental Floss posted this video about the history of MAD magazine a couple weeks ago. I've been meaning to link to it but I keep forgetting. Today I remembered. While it's only...
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Trademark vs. Copyright

29 days ago   |   Tom Richmond

This is an interesting article about a lawsuit filed back in the 1980's by the Anheuser-Busch beer company against the creators/publishers of a St. Louis based humor magazine...
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New Piece in MAD!

1 month ago   |   Tom Richmond

Hey everybody! I have some art in the latest issue of MAD Magazine!!! For realz! I just cancelled my application to replace the license plates on my car as these are current...
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

King Alfred and Fay Wray!

Here's another of my “Virtual Artist's Alley” commissions. Having just finished a big corporate job that took nearly 4 weeks to complete, I had to put everything on hold for... Read more ...

Mark Webster - Stairs in the Flower Garden Oil Painting

Mark Webster - Stairs in the Flower Garden Oil Painting

Stairs in the Flower Garden Oil Painting. 7x5" Oil on Canvas Check Availability. Read more ...

My hard outer shell

My hard outer shell

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David Shrigley Designs a Collection of Phone Cases and Tech Accessories with...

David Shrigley Designs a Collection of Phone Cases and Tech Accessories with His Signature Witty Illustrations

All images courtesy of Casetify David Shrigley 's famously dry sense of humor and satirical quips grace a new collection of phone cases and other accessories. The British... Read more ...

Mark Webster - Focus - Portrait Oil Painting

Mark Webster - Focus - Portrait Oil Painting

Mark Webster - Focus - Portrait Oil Painting. 36x36" Oil on Canvas. Check Availability. MarkAdamWebster.com Read more ...

The Point of It All

The Point of It All

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Illustration Thurowback: Michael Rooker!

These were a couple of movie props I did for the 2009 film “Super Capers”, featuring the main antagonist character played by Michael Rooker. I did a bunch of work for this... Read more ...

HOW LEONARD STARR DID BUSINESS

HOW LEONARD STARR DID BUSINESS

The great cartoonist Leonard Starr wrote and drew, on average, 27 complex panels every week for decades. Starr usually employed an assistant to finish the backgrounds he laid... Read more ...

BLUE PRINT - doot. withdots

Behind the Doot.withdots studio is a designer Andrea Řečinská. Her studio is for most of the time situated in the beautiful Czech republic near Prague. From the pastel evening... Read more ...

The Constant Elephant

The Constant Elephant

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