Category Archives: Pixels Versus Pigment

Vengeance is best served ICE cold…

J.L. Curtis’ new science fiction novella ICE is available NOW as an electronic edition with a cover by yours truly. The author describes his latest science fiction adventure as such: Vengeance is best served cold… Twelve years old is NOT … Continue reading

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It’s Pixels Versus Pigments, Again

The late, great Dan Love was a good friend and a technological guru who pushed me kicking and screaming into new computers and gadgets I never realized I needed until I started to use them. He was passionate about computers … Continue reading

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Cosmic Maaaaaannnnn Returns Again!

Cosmic Maaaaaannnn has returned to celebrate my darling wife’s birthday! We first met this star traveler during our crystal anniversary and again on Tina’s birthday ten years ago. Happy birthday, Tina!  

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Tuesday Doodle – Not Fast Enough

Today’s doodle is another one I did sitting on the couch while watching television. It was drawn in a 6 inch by 9 inch sketchbook manufactured in India for Ticonderoga and was sold at Target. It’s got a wire binding … Continue reading

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The Wonder of White Bread

This was another cartoon spot illustration that I did for The Philadelphia Daily News as part of “The Secret Life of Food.” It ran with the shivering banana that I featured here at Willceau Illo News recently. Similar to the … Continue reading

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Chambers of Commerce – Eat, Drink and Be Merry!

Long before fine dining in Philadelphia took place in makeshift shacks made of forklift palette wood and plastic tarpaulins haphazardly situated on the pavements and streets outside of the actual brick-and-mortar restaurants, people read newspapers. They were actual newsprint newspaper … Continue reading

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Chambers of Commerce – Get a Tattoo!

Back when tattoos were still novel and newspapers had readers and thus advertising revenue and thus budgets to hire freelance artists, I did this cartoon for The Philadelphia Daily News. My illustrations accompanied an article entitled Chambers of Commerce which … Continue reading

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