Posts Tagged ‘political art’

Inspired by a post on my friend and colleague’s FB page. If I get her permission, I will credit her by name. And maybe make her a shirt.

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18″ x 24″ Collage, magazine clippings.

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While working on a cartoon for this blog about an HIV “vaccine” I felt a little déjà vu — like I had drawn something like this long ago. Digging through some old folders (this is why it’s good to keep journals, diaries and notebooks) I discovered a little cartoon that I had done in high school, and that was actually printed in a 1985 Brooklyn Tech HS newspaper. Here is my new cartoon:


and here is the cartoon I drew in 1985.


I guess some things never change. Like cruel religious dogmas.

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hal for president

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Guest artist, Leonel Toromoreno. Oil on canvas.

The young boy in the lower right hand corner of this painting (copied from a faded black and white photograph) is the artist’s father, Hector Bolivar Toromoreno; my grandfather. 

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This is an old sketch from a ’97 (’96? ’95? not sure) character for a story I worked on with a 5th grader.  I share it only because I found my “visions of the future” interesting. I guess beepers have become PDAs, and the “compact” dvd player I imagined, is now an i-pod. The helmet mounted camera is also way bigger than anything we might find practical today. I think I did pretty good on the all-purpose ID and multi-function laptop, though. And lollipops, kneepads, rollerblades, and ugly ties are still around.

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