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Postwar Prosperities blog post

Andre Francois Andre Francois is a French graphic artist, cartoonist, and illustrator who was born on November 9, 1915 in Temesvar, Hungary(now part of Romania). He was the youngest child of Albert Farkas who was a Jewish businessman and Olga… Continue Reading →

Golden Age Part 2 blog post

Mead Schaeffer Mead Schaeffer was an American illustrator who was born on July 15, 1898 in Freestyle Plains, NY and grew up in Springfield, Massachusetts. Schaeffer was born to a Presbyterian evangelical preacher. At the age of 7, Mead visited… Continue Reading →

The Golden Age Part 1 blog post

Russell Patterson Russell Patterson was an American illustrator, cartoonist, and scenic designer who was born on December 26, 1893 in Omaha, Nebraska. As a boy, his family moved to Montreal, Canada where he would later briefly study architecture at McGill… Continue Reading →

Illustration’s Early Masters blog post

Winsor McCay(1867?~1934) Winsor McCay is an American Illustrator and cartoonist who claims who was born in Michigan in 1871 but data and his gravestone says he was born in Ontario, Canada in 1867. Most of his early life is unknown… Continue Reading →

Beginnings of the Golden Age blog post

Walter Crane Walter Crane is a British illustrator, painter, and designer who was born on August 15, 1845, in Liverpool, England. Crane was born to portrait painter Thomas Crane and through him, Walter was exposed to art at a very… Continue Reading →

Book end rationale

For this final spread, I was given the assignment to do the end for the book. Since this was the last page that the reader will read, I wanted to have a big formal “Thank You” note to let the… Continue Reading →

Survey 9 spread

For this spread, I was chosen to create a comparison spread about science and technology from 1925 to 1930. Since some of the major innovations during this time period were the inventions of entertainment technology such as the TV, Radio,… Continue Reading →

Contemporary and Post-Modernism blog post

David Hockney David Hockney is an English painter, draftsmen, and photographer born on July 9, 1937, in Bradford, England. He was 4th out of 5 children of Laura and Kenneth Hockney. Despite the terror during World War 2, David was… Continue Reading →

Survey 6 spread

For this spread, I was given the task to do an artifact. Since the period we covered was a period where labour unions and women started to become more prominent in the work industry, my goal was to convey the… Continue Reading →

WW2 propaganda: Donald Duck becomes a Nazi and betrays Uncle Sam(Survey 10:1930~1945)

How Disney made the Duck plead his allegiance to Hitler(and ruin your childhood) When the Great Depression hit America, millions of American workers became unemployed and had no job. This happened to the now famous animation company, Disney. Valued animators… Continue Reading →

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