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Now that's a REALLY cool illustration. Really.

"Hey Tux... Hey Opus... How many more of these bean suppers do you think we're gonna haf'ta have before this cold spell is over?"

John Cox:

Thanks for the encouraging word. I enjoy creating abstract pieces and designing little projects around them.

Steve M:

Nicely done!

John Cox:


I appreciate the nod, sir. TEXTURE!!!

Tom Wms.:


That would be a great title and cover for my father-in-law's memoirs, if I could get him to write them. He was Captain of the "R V Hero", a 125┬┤wooden research ship in the Antarctic for 13 years. The Hero was retired many years ago and now lives in Washington state in a state of disrepair. Thanks for the illustration.

John Cox:

If his story telling skills were sharp, his tales of Antarctica could be thrilling. Hope he gets around to it.

Thanks for the kind word.

Dr. Bob:

Very nice cover.


I saw a similar "album" a few days ago with a picture from the Arctic region on the cover/jacket.

The picture was of a group of polar bears in a snow storm.

It was "The White Album".

You may groan now.


For some reason I now have a compelling taste for some vanilla ice cream.


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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