Friday, January 07, 2011

SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 22


Above: Orlando Busino draws a great time-saving solution -- perfect for me since I hate painting! It must work just great. I mean, look at that guy's big smile!

Continuing a look at SATURDAY EVENING POST gag cartoons from the 1950s (with an occasional COLLIER'S one as well).


W.H. Brown's cartoon is good. I like Reg Hider's (below) a bit better.




And more unclothed men in Lyons' cartoon.















Neal Gabler wrote a column just yesterday ("The End of Cultural Elitism") about how the critics have lost their influence and it's the people who are the new tastemakers.




Jeff Monahan's big smile on our man at the lower right hand side of the composition nails this wordless gag.








My thanks to Kristin Cawood for giving me this large scrapbook of 1950s gag cartoons to share! Thanks, Kristin!

The SATURDAY EVENING POST 1950s gag cartoons blog entries:
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 1
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 2
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 3
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 4
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 5
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 6
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 7
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 8
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 9
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 10
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 11
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 12
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 13
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 14
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 15
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 16
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 17
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 18
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 19
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 20
  • SATURDAY EVENING POST Scrapbook Part 21

1 comment:

R. Gabriel said...

nice draws dude!