This is Alfred Hitchcock's 1938 classic. Just beautiful...and eerie.
A tip o' the baseball cap to my good friend Doc Al for this gem. Hanging around Trackside has it's advantages...
Tim Burton characters truly lend themselves to caricatures.
IN ORDER TO BE
AN IMMACULATE SHEEP,
ONE MUST ABOVE ALL
BE A SHEEP ONESELF.
A fun little illustration stretching out a stylized figure drawing.
I'm discovering all kinds of intriguing ways to utilize my abstract expressionistic work lately. I can see the possibilities of how one can zero in on an emotional values by emphasizing texture, space and light.
A good friend of mine, Mr. J., likes to collect sweet little songs on CD to commemorate a newborn that arrives in their family. Grandpa J asked me to create the art for the CD jewel box. I even designed the back to include the song titles. What a neat idea to welcome the little one to the world of music.
Sorely, sorely missed.
This is a toon that is based another one I did for Allen Forkum's paper, Automotive Report.
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.