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Pinocchio

Pinocchio

Created in 1883, by the mind of Italian writer Carlo Collodi, Pinocchio has become a sort of rebel and phallic symbol over time, mainly due to his best-known characteristic: [...]

Puzzability

Asked why Robert Leighton creates cartoons and puzzles, two apparently different kinds of work, he replied: “I think a puzzle is like a cartoon, like a joke, because [...]

Superhero in the New World

If he was a superhero, Joseph Nowak’s catchphrase would be: “I appreciate that you need my help but I’m in the middle of something.” Bright, bizarre or [...]

Rabbit with Mask

Inspired by the magic pet world of Beatrix Potter and her Tale of Peter Rabbit, Shae Syu has focused on rabbit artwork since 2013, finding inspiration from her two beloved [...]

Poet of Humor

Journalist and cartoonist, Ernesto Cattoni is always known as the Poet of Humor “for the wise lightness of humorous solutions compared to the high-level topics he deals [...]

Behind the curtain

Since I don’t know how to write, I prefer to make a drawing With his good share of sweet dark sense of humor, Dran sets his eye on the contemporary society, by taking [...]

Emotional Aura

As enigmatic as his realistic and sometimes disturbing creatures, Ron Mueck commands an uncanny ability to amaze with his obsessive level of surface detail and intense [...]

Alt Disney

As many artists and creative minds of recent times, at some point Tom Ward asked himself questions like “What would Simba or Tigger be doing in today’s [...]

Disasterland

Through his family-unfriendly paintings of Cinderella in a meat dress or Jasmine and Belle making out and the Queen from Snow White snorting cocaine, José Rodolfo Loaiza [...]

The private life of heroes

Born in 1967, Grégoire Guillemin, aka “Léon”, refuses to let his childhood passions fade quietly into the past. Science fiction, comic books, and video games still [...]