“Untitled” by Ruppel
Fernando Martínez Ruppel (Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a full time illustrator. Some people doubt about his existence and his life remains a mistery.
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"Quick squeeze" by Mick (Philip) Junco
Mick Junco is an artist from Brooklin. “Quick squeeze” is a quick scrotal drawing.
“Welcome to Japiland” by Juan Vegetal
Juan Vegetal is a great young artist from Argentina. He is the man behind the awesome “Felices los ñoños”.
“Homer” by Martín García Garabal
Martín García Garabal is a hell of an illustrator and animator. His short films have received several prizes.
"And Old Song From Childhood", by Elliot Feldman
Elliot Feldman has been a published cartoonist since the days of the American underground press. For over 20 years, he’s been a TV joke and puzzle writer, mostly for American game shows. In 2003, legendary NYC publisher Barney Rosset published his only novel, “Sitting Shiva”.
“Nixon”, by Jim Siergey
Jim Siergey is a cartoonist out of Chicago, IL. His work has appeared in underground comics, alternative comics and periodicals and even in Time magazine. He’s recently published Cultural Jet Lag: A Retrospective which looks back at the best and purest of the alt-comic strip he and Tom Roberts produced for many years.
“Embrace yourself”, by Lucas S. Salvatore.
Lucas S. Salvatore (Mexico City). He states: “Description not available. My drawings are my best biography.”