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The art of humorous illustration

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Unknown Binding, 160 pages
Published January 1st 1973 by Watson-Guptill Publications (first published January 1st 1950)
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What an awesome collection! There's a degree to which writing about humor is like "dancing about architecture" or whatever but it's nice to hear
cartoonists like Sergio Aragones and Al Jaffee (both of whom are autodidacts and accidental artists) talk about what they do, esp. because few of the artists represented see their work as a means to an end. More than attempting to extract and analyze "what's funny", this is a collection of interviews with people who don't take themselves too seriously, w...more
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