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posted by Marc Deckter @ 7:55 PM
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Thanks for posting these, I love them.
No problem, Evan!
Thanks a lot for posting this!Searching for Sullivant also turned up this site which is full of great artwork by Heinrich Kley. Check out the monkeys!
Wow, Kappappa, that site you found is great! All the Heinrich Kley drawings are amazing of course - but there's lots of other cool images on there too - like the Mars Attacks! cards and the colorful photos of diners (LES DINERS DE BAEDER) - great find!
Mark...completísimo blog,felicitaciones.Pongo link en Perejilpuntocom.Saludos :)
Thanks MarkI added your link!Your pal,John K.
Hi C.Bryant - thanks for stopping by! Thanks for linking to me too! and here's the BabelFish translation:¡Hi C.Bryant - gracias por parar cerca! ¡Gracias por ligarse a mí también!
Hi John - I'm happy to help out! I look forward to reading the next installment!
It has Hokusai drawings on it too!Everyone remembers him for that wave but IMO Hokusai is the greatest Japanese cartoonist of all time.
wow, another great post! thanks for the link.
I wish that kind of stuff would become fashionable again.
Thanks for posting these Mark! I've been looking for a book that collects Sullivant's work for a while but never came up with anything. I think I was eventually distracted by someone else but I'll definitely have to track some down now. Thanks again and have a good Easter!
Shit, I spelled your name wrong! Sorry Marc!
Beautiful....thanks a million!
Hi Anonymous - I'll have to check out that site again for the Hokusai drawings!
Hi onemanpunkband - glad you like the post!
Hey Gabriel - I agree!
Hi Chris - if you can find a book on Sullivant's work you should grab it! A lot of the images I posted are from a library book, but I'd love to see more!No problem about the name spelling - I consider it a special treat when I see my name spelled correctly!
Hi Jenny - thanks for stopping by! Glad you like the post!
I found a listing for a magazine called B&W Images #2 that published a complete series of Sullivant's Aesop's Fables spoofs in 2004. Issues #1 looks like it has 70 Sullivant illustrations in it too. I found these on Stuart Ng's site but I haven't called to see if they are in stock still. Just thought I let ya know!
Hey Chris - I'll have to look for those B&W Images at the San Diego Con - Stuart Ng usually has a booth each year. Thanks for the heads up!
the Jim Vadeboncoeur's B&W Images magazine is available @ :http://www.bpib.com/imagesmagfolder/imagesmag/index.htmland you can find more Sullivant works @ :http://www.coconino-world.com/sites_auteurs/sullivant/index.htmland a lot of other good ol' things on the main site :http://www.coconino-world.com/s_classics_v3/index.html:)
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