Current Sketchbook Theme: Haitai Confectionery
Ad slogans and product descriptions awkwardly translated from Korean to English.
Sketches from 2001-2002.
Andy's Yearbook: Quotes taken from autographs in a 8th grader's middle school yearbook.
Sketches from 2000.
Dissatisfied With the Vehicle: Quotes taken from transcripts of conversations between a market research firm and various dissatisfied car owners.
Sketches from 1999-2000.
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- December 2012
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- December 2011
- November 2011
- October 2011
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- January 2011
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Category Archives: Theme Sketchbooks
I feel like I ought to know who drew this, but neither the drawing style nor the signature are ringing any bells for me. I’m pretty sure it says J. Meyer, but I’m not even 100% sure about that. Butter … Continue reading
I’m going to assume that “pudae zzigae” is a variant spelling of the stew more commonly romanized as budae jjigae; and that this product was a powdered, just-add-water version of said stew. I can’t find any evidence of it ever … Continue reading
Art from Ypsilanti, MI-based cartoonist and graphic designer John Boissy. I like how his characters appear on the lunchbox. Whatever happened to Good Morning Chicken? Was the brand discontinued? Did true love last? I have no idea.
A FAIRY AND A WOODMAN: “The anterior part is the fairy and the posterior part is the woodman. That’s why it is called ‘A Fairy and a Woodman’.”
Pam Bliss writes: “The fairy seems to have stolen her outfit from the actual woodsman, so she probably doesn’t have a leg to stand on ethically.” Pam (who posts her own sketchbook drawings here) also stated that she has no … Continue reading
With this one, you get to see the top part of the sketchbook page where I had handwritten the quote for the artist to draw. I usually crop that part out before I post these, but I didn’t want to … Continue reading
Jenny DevilDoll Gonzalez-Blitz writes: What was I overmedicated on when I came up with this?!? Jenny’s just as active as ever. Check out her blog for her comics, paintings, performances, rants and rats. Frank Cho was the target of much … Continue reading
Julio Valle sketched this shortly after the publication of his graphic novel Amarillo. I found a picture of the Ice Man packaging along with an ingredient list here. No snowballs listed, but it does contain sugar, HFCS, and ‘Sweetie Flavor’, … Continue reading
CD Regan has been featured here before. Actor Jung Woo Sung, according to this brief filmography, once appeared in an ad for Liebe. I went hunting for it, but the closest thing I could find was this commercial for a … Continue reading
With that name/description combo, you have to admire the restraint demonstrated here. John Peters is the mastermind behind Gypsygirl Press, which currently has 4 active webcomics for you to follow. No further information is available about Dong Lang Tang. Sorry.