Let me share this gif while I write a proper post about our celebration of the Chicago Tribune Tower Competition in 1922, and the drawing I produced for the occasion.
Click to enlarge Today would have marked Saul Steinberg’s (Râmnicu Sărat, June 15, 1914 – New York, May 12, 1999) 108th birthday, so, since I haven’t posted anything since January, I thought this could be a great occasion to do so, with this little homage I sneaked in Arquine #92: Common Spaces (Summer 2020). There are many Steinberg cartoons I wouldContinue reading “The Art of Living (Inside)- An Homage to Saul Steinberg for Arquine #92”
Click to enlarge It’s been a year already? Yikes! Time flies when you’re… hum… well, ok.
Click to enlarge So, late as usual, let me wish all of you a happy New Year. This cartoon was started within a reasonable time in advance of January 1st, but some crazy times at the Klaus household have prevented it from being finished till yesterday. So much so, that I was seriously considering toContinue reading “Happy 2022!”
Later than ever (as usual), here’s my annual, not very enthusiastic Season Greetings, with a nod and a tip of the hat to K.C. Green‘s ‘On Fire’ (‘Gunshow’ #648 strip), better known as the ‘This is Fine’ meme. Cheers.
Click to enlarge Today would have been Albert Uderzo’s 94th birthday, had it not been for the unfortunate heart attack that took his life in March 2020, at the ripe old age of 92. On this occasion, I thought it would be timely to recover this column from my section ‘Arquinoir’, published in Arquine magazineContinue reading “The Man Who Would Be Rome. Albert Uderzo (1927-2020)”
Click to enlarge At last! And about time, if you ask me (to wish you a Happy New Year, I mean). It’s been quite a while since I last drew a political and/or no-architectural cartoon. Well, it has the White House in it, so, what the heck! Paging the divine Monty Python: “…and there wasContinue reading “Happy 2021! (aka: UnTrumped!)”
Late as usual, but later than ever, here’s finally that cartoon I’d been teasing with (here) in the last days of 2020. In my defense, I have to say it was mostly ready in time for the December 31st deadline, but due to recent developments, I’ve been considering whether it would be timely or not.Continue reading “The year(s) of living dangerously.”
So, after recycling the same old drawings for a few years, on this ill-fated year I decided to take some time off and draw a proper Christmas card. As usual, it comes slightly late-ish (still on Christmas day, at least), and, also in typical Klaus fashion, it is an homage to (as in: blatant stealContinue reading “Merry Sterrett Christmas!”