Monday, January 19, 2009

WORLD WAR II CARTOONS







The top post is the original by Leslie Illingworth from Wales. His work always had mood and drama - lots of heavy dark areas with sinister elements creeping up. The artist who borrowed from him was found on a WWII cartoon website as were the others. The Illingworth pice is from a book titled "World War II in Cartoons" by Mark Bryant, published 1989, Gallery books. This book led me to Arthur Szyk.

9 comments:

Max Ward said...

The last one is great. It takes a lot of talent to draw cartoony vechicles

chrisallison said...

Who drew these, Jim? That first drawing is a real knockout

Nicolas Martinez said...

These are great. Kinda scary, but great.

Mike Nassar said...

damn, these are so good. Yeah, who did these Jim? What a find!

Jim Smith said...

More post from Frank Forte. I'm not sure where he got them but will get back to you. In the mean time go back to last year on this blog to see some cartoons by Arthur Szyk, scary WWII stuff.

Weirdo said...

I absolutely love old political cartoons. The pen and ink work is beautiful and clean. I think some one should do an animated political cartoon.

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Rick Roberts said...

These are great examples on how to do an appealing charicature and yet make them vicious as possible.

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