Monthly Archives: June 2011

Aaron Johnson: What the Duck?

What do you get when a duck with a camera becomes a photographer? One of the funniest comics you’ve ever read. Aaron Johnson is the creator behind the comic strip “What the Duck”, which was all started by happenstance.  “What … Continue reading

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Chris Brett: Humor with a twist

Two of my favorite things are graffiti and cartoons.  Chris Brett takes these styles with a bit of humor and blends them into some crazy and cool art. Chris hails from the Greater Toronto Area, Canada, where he creates this … Continue reading

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Beau Stanton: The Ascension of the Pop Surrealist

Beau Stanton is one of the most exciting young artists today.  Beau describes his work as a juxtaposition of Victorian patterns and classical oil painting technique. He is a third generation Pop Surrealist, mentored by the great Ron English. Originally from California … Continue reading

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Rick Ellis: Half Baked

I discovered Half Baked comic strip by chance on Facebook and fell in love with Rick Ellis’ quirky sense of humor. Rick takes random ideas and puts them into some very unusual (and may I say sometimes twisted) situations. I … Continue reading

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Jay Lynch: Cartoonist extraordinaire

When it comes to legends and people who have seen many changes in the comic industry one person comes to mind, Jay Lynch. He has been a part of the Underground Comix scene, worked for MAD Magazine, created Garbage Pail … Continue reading

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