As fairly customary, Glen Baxter is taking a tilt at the absurdities of the fuzzy, whizzy showbizyness of the art world.
The genius behind Roger Rabbit and The Thief and the Cobbler brought an unprecedented three-dimensional feeling to traditional animation.
As part of the Museum of Modern Art’s exhibition about Club 57, animation historian Jerry Beck hosts a program of nine classic cartoons he screened there in the late 1970s and early ’80s.
In a collection of one-page graphic stories, anthropomorphic books and imaginative characters take on God, museums, and identity crises.
After the office of President Erdoğan condemned the cartoon, the publisher of Gırgır closed the magazine and threatened to file criminal complaints against staffers.
Cartoonist Bob Eckstein illustrated 75 of the world’s most beautiful, strange, and beloved local bookstores, many of which are in danger of closing.
According to Souriatnapress, Akram Raslan died in the spring of 2013 while in the custody of the forces of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
To organize the many pieces that form just one stained glass window, artists often create full-scale drawings of the final work that serve as maps for the intricate process.
Many are showing their support for Iranian cartoonist Atena Farghadani, recently sentenced to 12 years in prison, under the hashtags #FreeAtena and #Draw4Atena.
Last Friday, Malaysia officially charged the 52-year-old cartoonist Zunar with nine counts of sedition — a charge that could send him to jail for up to 43 years.
Joyce Pensato is best known for her stark, large-scale paintings of cartoon characters and in particular for her series of Batman paintings that depict the cape crusader’s iconic mask using splashy skeins of black and white paint.
In an interview published by the AFP on Sunday, the American comic artist Art Spiegelman lambasted the US press for not republishing the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo‘s cartoons.