mistahphil:

Subscription ad for Eightball by Daniel Clowes, 1990.

mistahphil:

Subscription ad for Eightball by Daniel Clowes, 1990.

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heyoscarwilde:

Look alive!  I got comics to draw!
illustration by Daniel Clowes :: scanned from Twentieth Century Eightball :: Fantagraphics Books :: 2002

heyoscarwilde:

Look alive!  I got comics to draw!

illustration by Daniel Clowes :: scanned from Twentieth Century Eightball :: Fantagraphics Books :: 2002


New Yorker cover, December 2011

New Yorker cover, December 2011


nevver: The Art of Daniel Clowes: Modern Cartoonist

nevver: The Art of Daniel Clowes: Modern Cartoonist



spitbleedcum: Daniel Clowes

spitbleedcumDaniel Clowes

(Source: bloodspitnight)



rootsrockweirdo:

Dan Clowes painted tie. 

rootsrockweirdo:

Dan Clowes painted tie. 

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via heyoscarwilde:
Truth Hits Everybody
art by Daniel Clowes :: scanned from 20th Century Eightball :: Fantagraphics Books :: 2002

via heyoscarwilde:

Truth Hits Everybody

art by Daniel Clowes :: scanned from 20th Century Eightball :: Fantagraphics Books :: 2002



ultrabrilliant:

Glenn Beck by Daniel Clowes.
“I was asked by the NYT to draw Glenn Beck for the cover of the Sunday  magazine - apparently, he wasn’t going to sit down for a photo-shoot  with the Times and so they had to hire an illustrator for their big  profile. I had been longing to draw his blubbery face for some time and  happily agreed. I turned in the illustration on a Monday and was told  that Beck had in fact agreed to come in and sit for a photo over the  weekend, so they couldn’t use my illustration. Thanks for telling me.  The B&W photo they used was perhaps a bit more complimentary to Mr.  Beck, so I’d say he made a good call.”
Source

ultrabrilliant:

Glenn Beck by Daniel Clowes.

“I was asked by the NYT to draw Glenn Beck for the cover of the Sunday magazine - apparently, he wasn’t going to sit down for a photo-shoot with the Times and so they had to hire an illustrator for their big profile. I had been longing to draw his blubbery face for some time and happily agreed. I turned in the illustration on a Monday and was told that Beck had in fact agreed to come in and sit for a photo over the weekend, so they couldn’t use my illustration. Thanks for telling me. The B&W photo they used was perhaps a bit more complimentary to Mr. Beck, so I’d say he made a good call.”

Source

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Cosmic Revelation
Submitted by mrofir

Cosmic Revelation

Submitted by mrofir