Sunday, 3 May 2009


Edward Hopper. The top drawing is a 1940s sketch of a 1920s painting, and the page is from one of the ledgers in which he listed his paintings, recording sales and other details.

A panel from Wash Tubbs by Roy Crane, 1941.

Corto Maltese by Hugo Pratt, from Oscartoons.

Storyboard by Robert Boyle and Harold Michelson for Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds, from Apetitos. For more see Hans Bacher’s blog.

Little Tim and The Brave Sea Captain, by Edward Ardizzone, 1936.

1 comment:

Oscar Grillo said...

Bates Motel and James Dean's mansion in "Giant" could be added to the coleccion.