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Chinese Political Cartoons

Ethan Persoff has a new neat gallery with 35 Anti-U.S. Chinese Political Cartoons, circa 1958-1960. Culled and restored from reviewing hundreds of Eastern newspaper pages and illustrations, this set of 35 images represents what we consider the best late 50s … Continue reading

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Ohio Cartoonists

During the summer and early fall of 2003 The Ohio State University Cartoon Research Library featured the exhibition Ohio Cartoonists – A Bicentennial Celebration shown in the Philip Sills Exhibit Hall of the William Oxley Thompson Memorial Library, The Ohio … Continue reading

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Friday Cat Blogging Stuff

Here are my collection of links with cats, specially saved to blog today. And before you run away complaining “Oh no, cat pictures!”, take a look on the images and their descriptions. They have cats, of course, but they aren’t … Continue reading

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Savage Chickens

Doug Savage is known for his humorous cartoons Savage Chickens drawn on post-its. The Savage Chickens is daily cartoon with an acid humour, and for your enjoyment has a feed available. And I must say that just now I’ve got … Continue reading

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Pirates! at Internet Archive

The Internet Archive‘s blog made a special post to celebrate the International Talk Like a Pirate Day: Pirates!. The post points to films, animations, audio archives and books with pirates on Archive’s collection. Nice suggestions, specially the animations: Felix the … Continue reading

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Do you love animations? Visit Videos with Bibi

If you love animations, you should be a reader of Videos with Bibi. I have been posting there since February and the video blog (vlog) contains, until now, hundreds of videos. There is a bit of everything: documentaries, silent melodramas, … Continue reading

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Vintage Japanese Album Covers

This Japanese site has a small but nice collection of vintage album covers, and their inside images, of TV shows for children, I think. The images and the translation point to cartoons and film, but I can be wrong. I … Continue reading

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Al Hirschfeld

The American artist Al Hirschfeld studied painting, drawing and sculpture in Paris and London. Back to the U.S. he started working at the New York Herald Tribune, but he gained fame by illustrating the entire casts of various Broadway plays. … Continue reading

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News Sketches

The Austrian-American animator Max Fleischer and his brother Dave Fleischer made an amazing contribution to the history of animation. Max created the Rotoscoping process of animation, founded the Fleischer Studios with his brother and left us a wonderful group of … Continue reading

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Cartoons of the Carnival 2007 from Pernambuco

The most noisy epoch of the year is coming: the Carnival. I hate Carnival: all the noisy “music” (sambas enredo), the “propaganda” about it, the people getting drunk as if all the alcoholic drinks were disappear from the world in … Continue reading

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