Archive for: caricature

Car-TOON cha cha cha

The cartoons of big band maestro Xavier Cugat.

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Kim Thompson on Race, Caricature, and Spirou and Fantasio

if anything the over-the-top ridiculousness of the imagery in SPIROU works in its favor.

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Cartooning, Caricature, Stereotype

In comments Jeet Heer and Caroline Small call for a consideration of the relationship between cartooning, caricature, and stereotype. I’m curious what people have to say about this, so I thought I’d give it a thread and see if anyone else wanted to take a whack at it.

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Strange Windows:Keeping Up with the Goonses (part 7)

This is part seven of our look at comics, cartoons and language– today focussing on Britain Art by Heath Robinson Britain has a long, rich tradition of cartooning second to no other land’s. And, as we saw for American English, cartoons have contributed to the country’s popular language.

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DWYCK: Flipping the Script — Cartoons and Classical Art

Classical art not as cartoonings opposite, but as its elevated obverse.

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