Ron Wimberly is in pretty high demand these days. His 2012 graphic novel Prince Of Cats was met with near-universal critical praise, he was recently brought on as a contributing artist on Adult Swim series Black Dynamite, and his work has been featured in various art shows and galleries. Now the cartoonist has a new client: Nike.
The sneaker and sports apparel giant hired Wimberly to produce a series of cartoons called "Calvin & Johnson," starring Detroit Lions All-Pro wide receiver Calvin Johnson and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs.
Be it licensed Marvel and DC sets to videogames, the world of Lego has blossomed into an increasingly complex toyscape where most anything can be built to increasingly stringent specifications. Sometimes, though, simplicity is best. As spotted by Super Punch and Ads of the World, German ad agency
If you're looking for a spokesman to pitch your product, it's pretty hard to beat Superman. Not only is he known for his honesty and integrity, but let's face it: He's stopped so many meteors, giant robots and alien conquerors over the years that if he tells you to go out and buy two boxes of Corn Flakes, you kind of owe it to him.
If you're a comic book reader, you're probably most familiar with the legendary Jack Davis from his work as the artist of the classic EC horror titles of the '50s and his status as one of the founding creators of MAD Magazine. What you might not know, howev
With 80% of 36 leading companies agree that "comics are extremely effective public relations and marketing tools" and 90% of "our children" being regular comic book readers, can it be any wonder that the American comic book business is booming like never before?
Obviously, none of that is true, although it may have been, once upon a time. Those stat
With this year's pleasant weather increasingly in the rearview, Nike has tapped comic talents Amanda Conner (Power Girl) and Jan Duursema (Star Wars) to illustrate the benefits of its Women's Training Holiday 2011 collection. The overall mess
Ah, Facebook. Whether you're destroying the economy by spending your work hours clicking on a virtual farm where the harvest is your personal information or finding out which of your childhood friends now has the most insane political views, it's become an indispensible resource for millions of people all over the world
The "Got Milk?" ads have been one of the most successful and enduring marketing campaigns of the last two decades, ever since that first commercial about a peanut butter-loving amateur historian aired in 1993, as directed -- no joke -- by Michael Bay.
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