Snoopy Mexico

On September 29th was the 50 anniversary of a comic strip called Mafalda. I found this cool article to celebrate two great comic strips: "Mafalda and Peanuts". The article explores the significance and art of noted Latin American cartoonist Salvador Lavado, known as Quino, and the relationship between a loudmouthed, opinionated six year old and Charles Schulz’s quiet, lovable Charlie Brown. The common thread between them is not only the palpable existentialist questions that the characters seem to ask each other, but the fact that both cartoonists used children around the same age (six to eight), which probably made them get away with saying pretty much anything.  Article title: 

New Perspectives on Illustration: Mafalda and Peanuts By Valeria Molinari

Painting by Henri Julien Rousseau

Painting by Henri Julien Rousseau

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collectpeanuts:

Linus waits in anticipation for the Great Pumpkin! Check out Nicolas Delort’s dramatic take on Charles Schulz’s “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!” You can buy the Peanuts prints Thursday, October 2 at Dark Hall Mansion’s store. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/xl5Tal

collectpeanuts:

Linus waits in anticipation for the Great Pumpkin! Check out Nicolas Delort’s dramatic take on Charles Schulz’s “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!” You can buy the Peanuts prints Thursday, October 2 at Dark Hall Mansion’s store. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/xl5Tal

gameraboy:

It’s coming!

gameraboy:

It’s coming!

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peanutsstudio:

Our Japanese guests from Sony, Dentsu and Sanrio got nail art for their visit to the Peanuts Studios.

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Le autum

Le autum

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suite116:

Snoopy-Matic (via petapixel)

suite116:

Snoopy-Matic (via petapixel)

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museodeljuguete:

#SnoopyMUJAM - 90 pieces of Design and Art Made by Mexican Creative minds in a big scale   (Museo del juguete MX)

museodeljuguete:

#SnoopyMUJAM - 90 pieces of Design and Art Made by Mexican Creative minds in a big scale   (Museo del juguete MX)

Dogs!

Dogs!

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