His illustrations of baseball history are old-school as they come, and the drawing materials he uses are getting harder to find.
Author Archive for Mike Rhode
Like an Amnesty International for editorial cartoonists, CRNI raises global support for jailed or punished artists.
"American comics are more interested in showing you Superman...flying through a window. Japanese comics want you to know what it FEELS like to fly through a window."
A local 69-year-old illustrator has painted war scenes for the Navy and drawn political propaganda against Mugabe.
"I should have used something that at least had arms or something as my main protagonist."
Mouth-watering recipes and dynamic cartoons from an emerging Korean-American artist
And she's kind of ready to be done.
"If books go away in favor of digital formats, will I still be able to find an audience and make a living?"
"I don't like the term cartoonist at all, because I just don't think I am one at all."
Washington Post editorial cartoonist Tom Toles already has a bully pulpit, a Pulitzer Prize, a Herblock Award, and two bands. What’s left for him to do? Write a live musical comedy, apparently.
Toles is currently working with Katie Goodman and Soren Kisiel to write and stage Catapult Love, a production that will be backed by funds raised [...]