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Artists, Caricature, Illustrators, Comic Art, Design, Humour, Art, British Artist, Artist

Brian Sibley blogs about buying his original Searle here. While in Los Angeles in November for the CTN-X conference I had the opportunity to see some originals in the collections of animation friends. Disney animator Andreas Deja has several choice morsels: Cover art for the eponymous Edwin Carp "Yes, but have you seen the NEW Strand Magazine?" Lucille Ball from TV guide, April 30th 1966 'Palm Springs' from HOLIDAY magazine, February 1965 Disney director John Musker owns this beauty Cartoon…

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Aleks Koroleva
Ronald Searle Tribute: March 2011 Masters, Croquis, Concept Art, Caricature, Character Design, Animation, Ronald Searle, British Artist, Ronald

Perhaps inspired by this 1950 Lilliput illustration Searle's 'Morbid Anatomies' first appeared in Holiday magazine HOLIDAY magazine February 1958 HOLIDAY magazine April 1961 Searle's agent was forced to threaten legal action when the series was later ripped off for a print campaign advertising London Fog overcoats. Vogue Magazine was good enough to commission the artist himself to produce this variation. . . . . . as was HOLIDAY magazine. "I found this Ronald Searle illustration, which…

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Ronald Searle Tribute: Morbid Anatomies Character Design, Illustrators, Humour, Art, Caricature, Ronald Searle, British Artist, Ronald, Artist

Perhaps inspired by this 1950 Lilliput illustration Searle's 'Morbid Anatomies' first appeared in Holiday magazine HOLIDAY magazine February 1958 HOLIDAY magazine April 1961 Searle's agent was forced to threaten legal action when the series was later ripped off for a print campaign advertising London Fog overcoats. Vogue Magazine was good enough to commission the artist himself to produce this variation. . . . . . as was HOLIDAY magazine. "I found this Ronald Searle illustration, which…

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Joziel Fernandez
Ronald Searle, John Bratby, Quentin Blake, British Artist, Chris Riddell, Brave, Caricatures, Artist Inspiration, First They Came

Every day I hear from some writer or other, “I wish I had more time to write.” I’m always tempted to ask, “Are you telling me, you’re not in control of your time? Then who is, and why did you give them control? It’s your life, isn’t it?” Your time is in your hands. The choices you’ve made that make

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LILIAN MOLINA
Cartoon Tips, Inktober Inspiration, Cartoon Ideas, Pencils Drawings, Ronald Searle, Illustration Reference, Watercolor Portrait Painting, Man Sketch, Paris Paris

The son of a railwayman, Ronald Searle was born in Cambridge on 3 March 1920, and educated in the town at the Boys' Central School. He started work as a solicitor's clerk, and then joined the hire purchase department of the co-operative Society, studying in the evenings and later full-time at the Cambridge Daily News from the age of fifteen. Enlisting in the Royal Engineers at the outbreak of the Second World War, he spent time in Kirkcudbright, where he encountered evacuees from St…

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