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The Palm Restaurant’s Wall of Cartoons – Gone.

The Palm Restaurant’s famous walls, drawn on by cartoonists since the early days of the comic strip, are no more. From New York’s Pix 11 on the closing of this historical steak house…. “The owners of the original Palm restaurant … Continue reading

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Coloring the Sunday Comics

Post Updated November 30, 2014. As some of you are well aware, I’ve been a colorist for King Features since the late eighties. When I first started out I was on staff at King – part of the King Features … Continue reading

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Sally Forth – Passing the Torch

As many of you have already heard, I’m the new artist of the Sally Forth comic strip. My name has been on the dailies since March 11th, and even though I drew the strip for this past Sunday (3/31/2013), that … Continue reading

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Sew Simple

For the past fifteen years or so I’ve been providing illustrations for a syndicated column called Sew Simple. When I started the feature it was written by Eunice Farmer, now it’s done by her daughter, Vicki Farmer Ellis. Basically what’s … Continue reading

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