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Getting a kick out of illustrating a children's reading program, "Vinny the Vampire", for a cousin who lives in the neighborhood.


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That shrimp would make a perfect logo for a Cajun restaurant! Looks hot and spicy.


That a Fannie-Mae repo?


I like the vibe of these illustrations. I get a "classic cartoon"/"old Disney" kind of feel looking at these.

I spent a few hours surfing through channels in an abandoned student lounge a few days ago. Modern cartoons & the all-around current state of entertainment reeks.

It's nice to see something that somebody put some effort into for a change.


Had to chuckle at the car going down the road. Know exactly what was being said. "Are we there yet?"

john cox:


This classic style is just "gear" I can go to when the subject matter is kid-friendly. I still enjoy putting lots of detail and warmth into simple compositions.

WingNutbag Sharron Angle applies twilight zone imagination scare tactics hoping of inspiring votes of unknowing aging parents.


John Cox is a painter, cartoonist, and illustrator for hire. For information about purchasing existing work or commissioning new work, contact him by e-mail at john555cox [at] hotmail.com.

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