Sad instead of Mad


Super sad to hear that MAD Magazine is going quarterly and cancelling Mad Kids and Mad Classics altogether.

Many magazines are throwing in the towel during these tough economic times. Which really sucks for those of us that rely on editoral illustration gigs as part of our income.

What are your thoughts on the magazines that have started to close up?
How much will it affect the editorial illustration world? 

Via the Daily Heller

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Posted by admin on 02/06/09 under comic,studio life
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  • Nart

    Uuuuhhhggg I wish that print media wasn’t going down the tubes. I was a huge fan of the now defunct Punk Planet which went under last year. I always wanted to submit drawings or stories to them and never got around to it. And they never came back – which I hoped for.

  • Maggie

    I’m of two minds of the print world starting to close up. At first I get immediately environmental about the thing, thinking that well this will be less trees cut down, less waste, etc.

    This is a very quick gut-reaction type of thing.

    Because mostly, I totally agree with you. I worry about the loss of these illustration gigs, particularly at a time when I am wanting to break into this very thing. And also there is just something about being about to hold something in your hands. I don’t mind reading web-related stuff, but if I start reading more than one article I’d much rather do that in print, where I can comfortably take it with me on the bus or to the park, where I can doodle in the margins, and where I can enjoy the feel of the paper in my hands.

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