Crossing the Yorgon wastes, First Shielder Vark Gundra had to hurry. Qiznet Sun Ja was out of patience...and out of her mind.
I've always admired how the New Yorker covers are always illustrated with no article headlines to clutter the work.
Science fiction giant, Ray Bradbury (1920-2012) will remain a platinum standard of highly thoughtful and entertaining stories that reveled in our shortcomings yet burnished our desire to redeem humankind.
This is the first of a new series of editorial cartoons called "Are You Kidding?!". Every once in awhile I'll take a quote from the news verbatim and create an image that highlights the absurd nature of the statement.
Maybe there's a film character you would like caricatured for home display. E-mail me any request at any size and we'll talk prices (sample size and price would be 8" x 10" for $85).
This is my illustrated interpretation of this week's theme at Illustration Friday. TAKE A LOOK at the other shining examples of creative energy.
I blundered into some old Punch and Judy memorabilia (circa 1700's-1800's) and thought how odd it must have to sit and watch wacky characters pummel each other while they acted out farcical situations.
Boy, why does THAT sound familiar?
The July cover article is about how automotive shop owners should look after the physical well-being of their places of business, just like they look after customer satisfaction.
This is my entry for this week's Illustration Friday theme: REFRESH The site has been designed anew and it looks very engaging. Check out the other refreshing interpretations over there.
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.