|Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under art||9 Jun 2008 8:25 AM|
This is the only sketch in my book that I paid for, and I would have paid four times as much. From the great Kelly Freas:
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A few years ago for Christmas, Mrs. Flog bought for me via eBay a collection of a half-dozen Christmas cards created and sent by Gasoline Alley creator Frank King to a longtime friend between 1952-1961. Yes, I have the greatest wife ever. Anyway, I thought I would share them, because King really went all out on his cards. Here's the earliest that I have, from 1952, it's an amazing little 5" x 7" self-published, three-page gem.
More to come...
I got my sub copy of the new McSweeney's (#27) in the mail this week and it's a beautiful three-volume paperback boxed set. One of the books is a reproduction of a recent Art Spiegelman Moleskine sketchbook. I'm surprised I've heard nothing about this in advance... I've barely cracked the issue yet but am eager to dive in...