Archive for the ‘cartoon’ Category
Charles Huettner is an animator and illustrator working out of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the Late Night Work Club, a group of animators working on their own independent short fim collaboration. The first of these films, Ghost Stories, is due out later this spring!
Jim Madsen has been illustrating in the educational software industry, children’s publishing, and advertising industry for the past 15 years. He has illustrated more than 75 books over this period of time. Jim is a graduate of Brigham Young University and lives in Provo, Utah with his wife Holly and three children.
Ohara Hale is a self taught artist, illustrator, gigposter maker, childrens book author, director, graphic designer, textile/print and fashion designer, comic/comic book/zine maker, art director, singer/songwriter and a multiinstrumental randomusician.
What a FUN idea! Andy J. Miller collaborated with Andrew Neyer for this exhibition at The Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art. Andy recently wrote this guest post for IF and just exudes creativity. He recently updated his website where you can see more of his bright, graphic work.
T-Rex Trying began as an inside joke that artist Hugh Murphy shared with his friends and family, then he uploaded them to a Tumblr blog which went onto to achieve a staggering 2.5 million hits in two weeks. Since then, the Tumblr has been shared on Facebook over 230,000 times. Penguin Books collected all the cartoons in one quirky package, alongside loads of never before seen illustrations.
T-Rex Trying: The Unfortunate Trials of the Tyrant Lizard King, published by Michael Joseph, Penguin Books, comes out November 8th.
He might be top predator in the Jurassic kingdom, but in modern life, T-Rex’s comically short arms doom him to hilarious failure.
T-Rex has teeth the size of bananas and eats Triceratops for breakfast, but when it’s time to brush his teeth . . .
T-Rex is 12 metres long and 4 metres tall, but somehow he just can’t change that light bulb . . .
And you can just forget about the vending machine.
Containing dozens of never before seen illustrations, T-Rex Trying: The Unfortunate Trials of the Tyrant Lizard King is the cute, quirky and laugh-out-loud funny collection of cartoons that will have across the board appeal this Christmas.
About the Author:
Hugh Murphy is a 28 year old student at the University of Southern California, Ostrow School of Dentistry. Hugh began his career as an artist selling watercolour paintings of fish in order to pay for his applications to dental school, but has always enjoyed drawing and painting in his free time. He loves science, nature films, his wife, Sarah, and shark week. Hugh and Sarah moved to Los Angeles from Boston in August, 2010. T-Rex Trying began as a joke between Hugh and his brother, and is his first book.
Melanie Gillman is the creator of the webcomic “As the Crow Flies” and a recent graduate of the Center for Cartoon Studies. She goes through her weight in colored pencils annually. This was a handout she made for one of her workshops. Very cool!
Art and epic adventure join forces in Poketo’s latest line of artist series wallets. Inspired by Cartoon Network’s popular TV show Adventure Time, Poketo now has exciting limited edition Adventure Time wallets that were designed by Adventure Time creator Pendleton Ward, Andy Ristaino, Jolby, Jon Vermilyea, and Peskimo.
All seven wallets reflect the artists’ signature style as well as the colorful imagination, silly mischief, and radical fun that has made the Emmy-nominated cartoon appealing to viewers of all ages. The wallets include a matching pin and reveal a different Adventure Time pattern on the inside. With expandable card and cash slots, a coin purse, and made of a durable double layer of vinyl, every Poketo x Adventure Time wallet is built to keep necessities safe and endure all of life’s everyday adventures.
The Poketo x Adventure Time wallets were met with wild success at the 2012 San Diego Comic Con — with many of the styles nearly selling out! The beautiful, artistic renditions of the cartoon’s memorable characters make the Poketo x Adventure Time wallets a brilliant addition to the ever-growing collection of Poketo artist wallets.
All Poketo x Adventure Time wallets are available online at poketo.com and at the new flagship store in Downtown Los Angeles.
About Poketo: Founded on the idea of “art for your everyday,” Poketo was established in 2003 by husband-and-wife team Ted Vadakan and Angie Myung. Poketo infuses art and daily living through their distinctive design-driven products, including housewares, apparel, stationery and the original artist wallets that are available online and in the new flagship store. Poketo has been commissioned by Nike, MTV, Weezer, Arcade Fire, SF MoMA, Target and many more to create exclusive lines stamped with Poketo’s signature fun and functional style. To date, Poketo has collaborated with over 200 artists and has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Real Simple, and Dwell, among others.
About Adventure Time: ADVENTURE TIME WITH FINN AND JAKE™ is about two best friends: Jake the Dog and Finn the Human. Jake is a wise, kind-hearted dog while Finn is a silly kid who wants more than anything else to become a great hero. These two dudes are like family: they stick with each other through thick and thin, trust one another with secrets and look to each other for advice when problems get out of hand. Most importantly, Finn and Jake crack each other up by acting like idiots and joking around as they traverse across a massive and treacherous island seeking heart-pounding adventure to pass the time.