Pioneer of Animated Film

An exhibition at the Wilhelm Busch Museum (German Museum for cartoons and drawn art), Hannover showed 180 pieces of American cartoonist Winsor Winsor McCay's work from March 11 to June 3, 2012, including his drawings, historic film material and late political cartoons. This animated movie...

Winsor McCay

Winsor McCay is one of Americas most famous comic artist of the early 20th century, born September 26, 1871 in Spring Lake, Michigan. He worked as a political cartoonist for daily newspapers and is one of the pioneers of early animated film: The first pieces of film history like "Gertie th...

Luke Pearson

Luke Pearson is a new British illustrator, artist and cartoonist who besides many interesting book covers has already produced a range of great comics during the very short time since he graduated in 2010. Looking at his enormous output it seems more than possible that he is sitting at his...

All pictures no words: the art of Mercer Mayer

Mercer Mayer was born December 30, 1943 in Little Rock, Arkansas. He is today known as an American children's book writer and illustrator living in Roxbury, Connecticut and has published about 300 books. His illustrative styles vary widely according to the project. His first book, "A Boy,...

Poster queen of pop surrealism

Tara Mc Pherson is an outstanding American artist, born on April 7, 1976 in San Francisco and raised in Los Angeles. She received her BFA from Art Center in Pasadena, CA in 2001 and today lives and works in New York City. Her images are as provoking as they are seductive. Magazines like Ju...

Comic goes Art: M.S.Bastian

M.S. Bastian (*1963, Bern/Switzerland) is one of the very few European comic artists who has been exploring comics as a form of art and in the process continually created new and stunning images. Bastian graduated from Secondary School of Applied Arts in Biel in 1989 where he was one of th...

Greg Broadmore

Greg Broadmore was born and raised in a small town in the Eastern Bay of New Zealand called Whakatane. He later moved to some of New Zealand's larger cities to kick start his artistic career, but his efforts to find a job remained basically unsucessful. New Zealand just didn’t seem to be t...

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