Artists’ Corner

This was a little cartoon I did when I worked at Taws which was an art supply store located in Center City Philadelphia. This was for a short-lived newsletter published by the store called 100% Rag. I thought I had a copy, but I couldn’t find one. It may have gone only two or three issues. I think my little French man was on the back in the upper corner and was part of a column on technical tips and tricks for artists.

1527 Walnut circa 1991

The Interior of Henry H. Taws as it was in 1991

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2 Responses to Artists’ Corner

  1. Old NFO says:

    I’ve always wondered why only three fingers on cartoons…

  2. Joe says:

    There are a few cartoon cliches that I’ve always wondered about like X’ed out eyes denoting death. The three finger thing always bothered me, and I don’t know why I did this back in the 80s.

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