More Valentine’s Day sentiments from 1956.
It has become an annual October tradition in artist circles to draw a picture in pen and ink each day of the month. It is called “Inktober” and it comes with a list of prompts to help inspire the participants. This month we created a list of prompts based on the LOAC books we have […]
Rube Goldberg had a lot to say about American elections. His biting wit and loopy cartooning brought welcome smiles and a dash of truth about the unavoidable nuttiness of politics. Later in his career, he left humor comics behind to enjoy a long career as a Pulitzer-Prize-winning political cartoonist. Here are three rare Goldberg gems […]
Professor Knix by Jimmy Swinnerton (July 3, 1904) People stop me the street. They knock on my front door and politely inquire. A few poke their heads through my bedroom window late at night when I am sleeping. I think I once heard the question emanating from deep within my bathroom plumbing. “What other cartoonists […]