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Bob Staake has created a series of “Satire, Humor and Visual Parody of Classic Children’s Books From the 1940s Through 1960s
Looking at the Turkey
I wonder what he was selling…
Penny Arcade, 1942, Chicago. Joseph Zack
Never eat anything bigger than your head.
I’m My Own Worst Enemy, Part 1, Superman Edition
In the 1960s, photographer Duane Michals wandered the streets of New York City during early Sunday morning hours in order to capture rare, quiet moments while the metropolis was still asleep.
This early 20th century photo reminds us of the Slicey the Pig Dashboard Wiggler. Could this be one of Slicey’s ancestors?
“The Pig Cafeteria” was an exhibit produced by the Department of Agriculture to educate farmers about new methods of farming and raising livestock — specifically, what to feed pigs so that they would be healthy and profitable.
Now we get it: Before a pig becomes so delicious that he starts offering up slices of himself for you to enjoy, he has to visit “The Pig Cafeteria” in order to fatten up.
Original sketchbook pages by Robert Crumb, circa 1964.