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Companion to South African cartoonists

by Murray Schoonraad

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Published by AD. Donker in Houghton, Johannesburg .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Africa
    • Subjects:
    • Cartoonists -- South Africa -- Biography.,
    • Cartooning -- South Africa -- History -- 20th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementMurray and Elzabé Schoonraad.
      ContributionsSchoonraad, Elzabé.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNC1740.S6 S36 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination398 p. :
      Number of Pages398
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1972816M
      ISBN 100868521140
      LC Control Number90211968

      Initially representing South African illustrators, cartoonists, animators and storyboard artists, we later started taking on artists from other African countries and further afield. The illustration styles range from slick digital photorealism to quirky cartoons, loose expressive images to . That a guild of cartoonists and comic book creators would need to come into existence to have the necessary clout to get the attention of local printers, publishers, distributors and readers. Fantastically, it turns out that the sum of the parts adds up to a much more glorious whole, and that instead of waiting for rescue, our local independent.

      Africartoons. M likes. The news in cartoons by Africa's top cartoonists, updated daily. ESTABLISHED 18 July MISSION To protect and promote the art /5(98). Mike starred in numerous classic South African Photo Story Magazines from and 19 Honiball T. O. Honiball was one of South Africa's best known : George Van Der Riet.

      Characters native to the African continent have been depicted in comics since the beginnings of the modern comic lly, such early 20th-century newspaper comics as Winsor McCay's Little Nemo depicted the racist stereotype of a spear-carrying cannibal, a comedic convention of the time. African characters later began to appear as another stereotype, the "noble savage" .   Four South African "sunrises", four cartoons, four eras and the cyclical nature of history. Illustrative and Book Arts, Companion to South African Cartoonists (: Lizette Rabe.


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