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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Monkey & Bird by Joe Willams & Tina Garceau continues TODAY at CO2 Comics. Click HERE to see how Mickey and Sylvia’s starlit rendezvous is going!
This one’s for Ricky Rotten.I ran into Ricky Rotten recently who reminded me of an old sketchbook cover/slipcase I used to carry with me. He wondered if I still had it. I assured him that I did, but it’s … Continue reading
Here’s another in our series of Truck Mascots. This time it’s Kermit lashed to the front of a huge commercial garbage truck that we spotted on 9th Street in Philadelphia’s Italian Market.
This was my first attempt at quilting, a gift for a new addition to the family. I wanted to create a one of a kind piece that was cheery, with bold patterns, and no pastel colors. Since the sex of … Continue reading
I know that all the kids out there who came across this ad lusted after the idea of becoming the envy of the neighborhood with this baby. I think I begged my parents for this more than once, but their … Continue reading
Today’s post features Nancy, pride of the Lone Star State, a self proclaimed bag lady, and a genius!
This was an illustration I did for The Jewish Exponent back in the 80s. It was for an article on the incredible surge in the amount of printed information. It went on to detail the trials and tribulations of researchers … Continue reading
Jerry Blavat Loves Me!
Hello, one and all, it’s Mrs. Crankipants, and unless you’re in a coma or think V.O. is part of a complete breakfast, you know it’s that time of year again!. It’s the Fall! If you’re a parent, you’re probably … Continue reading