guys, i’m sorry for the inconvenience, but for internal tumblr reasons, i’m shutting this blog down and migrating to the flyawhile account; hope you can re-follow me, and i will also re-follow you and keep in touch there.
long tail kitty also has his own tumblr blog (longtailkitty) which is updated weekly with cute stuff. flyawhile might have the cute stuff, but mostly it will have the not-cute stuff.
Lark Pien — the cartoonist behind Long Tail Kitty, Mr. Elephanter and the amazing colour on Gene Luen Yang’s Boxers & Saints — has created a lovely comic about little and big Kick Ass Annies!
Gene Luen Yang Explores Chinese History with "Boxers & Saints" - Comic Book Resources
Gene Luen Yang Explores Chinese History with Boxers & Saints - Award-winning American Born Chinese cartoonist Gene Luen Yang unites with colorist Lark Pien to deliver the provocative diptych, Boxers & Saints. The pair spoke with CBR about their latest endeavor.
Boxers & Saints are out on the shelves now ~
The Cartoon Art Museum: I See What You Say Artist Profile: Sara Varon
The Cartoon Art Museum: I See What You Say Artist Profile: Carson Ellis
Robots dream too, didn’t you know? This week, we’re talking to artist printmaker, illustrator, and children’s book author Sara Varon—creator of this cute illustration, from the book called (you guessed it!) Robot Dreams—about her artistic process, inspirations, gardening, and life in…
Carson Ellis, this story needs no words. That is a badger pulling a rickshaw. Thank you.
If you like this badger pulling a rickshaw you can find more of Carson’s work on her website or at the Cartoon Art Museum as part of our I See What You Say Exhibit. Carson was kind enough to…
Come see Carson’s originals! Public Reception this Sunday at the Cartoon Art Museum, in San Francisco.
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Come party with artists Jon Klassen, Roman Muradov, and Christian Robinson at the I See What You Say reception, April 28, 2013 from 5-8pm at the Cartoon Art Museum!
Cool animated loop by artist Lille Carre, one of our featured artists in the I See What You Say exhibition!