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Who needs ten pounds of blueberries? Nobody. Unless you are making lots of pies. Can I come over to your house?
I don’t generally pass judgement on the characters I find on the matchbox labels in my online collection, but I don’t think this woman should be given access to flammable materials. She looks like she is having a little too … Continue reading
I’m not sure what’s going on here on this matchbox label*, but Mephistopheles is looking fabulous in yellow. * I suspect it has something to do with the necessary limitations of the three color printing palette, and perhaps a fairly … Continue reading
The giant skull of an unknown and anatomically unlikely beast, hanging in the entrance of what seems to be a vast cave, half against a starry sky. In the socket of its wide-open eye, a small figure watches with a … Continue reading
At least, I think he is a happy little spaceman. Maybe he is a happy little exterminator, or a happy little chemist testing a powerful new fertilizer. The grass on that hillside looks awfully green.
I found this elegantly dressed dude in one of my drawing of the day sketchbooks from last year, as I was searching for some illustrations for a new minicomic. I remember drawing him and the half finished piece has always … Continue reading
Today is just a tiger resting on the head of the sleeping Buddha. Photo by Carlos Santero.
Everybody loves those Japanese matchbox labels, which are great examples of traditional printmaking on an ultra small scale. This one is a real technical tour de force. I see three colors, plus the black key line: red, yellow and pale … Continue reading
Our more or less weekly look at a single image from somewhere in the great gallery we call the internet … NASA’s Goddard Space Center offers this beautiful satellite photograph of seaweed being farmed in the coastal waters off South … Continue reading