Portraying in a critical or facetious way a real individual or group, or a figure representing a social, political, ethnic, or racial type. The effect is usually achieved through distortion or exaggeration of characteristics. (Genre Terms: A Thesaurus for Use in Rare Book and Special Collections Cataloguing, 2d ed)
Images used to comment on such things as contemporary events, social habits, or political trends; usually executed in a broad or abbreviated manner.
Study of stamps or postal markings. It usually refers to the design and commemorative aspects of the stamp.
Publications printed and distributed daily, weekly, or at some other regular and usually short interval, containing news, articles of opinion (as editorials and letters), features, advertising, and announcements of current interest. (Webster's 3d ed)
Financial assistance to impoverished persons for the essentials of living through federal, state or local government programs.
A carbamate insecticide with anticholinesterase activity.
Hemorrhagic and thrombotic disorders that occur as a consequence of abnormalities in blood coagulation due to a variety of factors such as COAGULATION PROTEIN DISORDERS; BLOOD PLATELET DISORDERS; BLOOD PROTEIN DISORDERS or nutritional conditions.
Instruments or technological means of communication that reach large numbers of people with a common message: press, radio, television, etc.
Venoms from the superfamily Formicoidea, Ants. They may contain protein factors and toxins, histamine, enzymes, and alkaloids and are often allergenic or immunogenic.
Agents of the law charged with the responsibility of maintaining and enforcing law and order among the citizenry.
Professional or volunteer members of a fire department who are trained to suppress fire and respond to related emergency.
Procedures outlined for the care of casualties and the maintenance of services in disasters.
Affection; in psychiatry commonly refers to pleasure, particularly as it applies to gratifying experiences between individuals.
Vomiting of blood that is either fresh bright red, or older "coffee-ground" in character. It generally indicates bleeding of the UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT.
The art, technique, or business of producing motion pictures for entertainment, propaganda, or instruction.
The science concerned with celestial bodies and the observation and interpretation of the radiation received in the vicinity of the earth from the component parts of the universe (McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 5th ed)
Genus of perennial plants in the family CLUSIACEAE (sometimes classified as Hypericaceae). Herbal and homeopathic preparations are used for depression, neuralgias, and a variety of other conditions. Hypericum contains flavonoids; GLYCOSIDES; mucilage, TANNINS; volatile oils (OILS, ESSENTIAL), hypericin and hyperforin.
Screens which absorb the energy in the x-ray beam that has penetrated the patient and convert this energy into a light pattern which has as nearly as possible the same information as the original x-ray beam. The more light a screen produces for a given input of x-radiation, the less x-ray exposure and thus shorter exposure time are needed to expose the film. In most film-screen systems, the film is sandwiched between two screens in a cassette so that the emulsion on each side is exposed to the light from its contiguous screen.
Substances used to create an impression, or negative reproduction, of the teeth and dental arches. These materials include dental plasters and cements, metallic oxide pastes, silicone base materials, or elastomeric materials.
The main structural coat protein of COATED VESICLES which play a key role in the intracellular transport between membranous organelles. Each molecule of clathrin consists of three light chains (CLATHRIN LIGHT CHAINS) and three heavy chains (CLATHRIN HEAVY CHAINS) that form a structure called a triskelion. Clathrin also interacts with cytoskeletal proteins.
Platforms that provide the ability and tools to create and publish information accessed via the INTERNET. Generally these platforms have three characteristics with content user generated, high degree of interaction between creator and viewer, and easily integrated with other sites.
An aberrant form of human CHROMOSOME 22 characterized by translocation of the distal end of chromosome 9 from 9q34, to the long arm of chromosome 22 at 22q11. It is present in the bone marrow cells of 80 to 90 per cent of patients with chronic myelocytic leukemia (LEUKEMIA, MYELOGENOUS, CHRONIC, BCR-ABL POSITIVE).
Using an INTERNET based personal journal which may consist of reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks.
The faculty of expressing the amusing, clever, or comical or the keen perception and cleverly apt expression of connections between ideas that awaken amusement and pleasure. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
The book composed of writings generally accepted by Christians as inspired by God and of divine authority. (Webster, 3d ed)
The Christian faith, practice, or system of the Catholic Church, specifically the Roman Catholic, the Christian church that is characterized by a hierarchic structure of bishops and priests in which doctrinal and disciplinary authority are dependent upon apostolic succession, with the pope as head of the episcopal college. (From Webster, 3d ed; American Heritage Dictionary, 2d college ed)
Persons ordained for religious duties, who serve as leaders and perform religious services.
The religion of the Jews characterized by belief in one God and in the mission of the Jews to teach the Fatherhood of God as revealed in the Hebrew Scriptures. (Webster, 3d ed)
The social institution involving legal and/or religious sanction whereby individuals are joined together.
The interrelationship of medicine and religion.
The religion stemming from the life, teachings, and death of Jesus Christ: the religion that believes in God as the Father Almighty who works redemptively through the Holy Spirit for men's salvation and that affirms Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior who proclaimed to man the gospel of salvation. (From Webster, 3d ed)
Organizations which provide an environment encouraging social interactions through group activities or individual relationships especially for the purpose of rehabilitating or supporting patients, individuals with common health problems, or the elderly. They include therapeutic social clubs.
The act or practice of literary composition, the occupation of writer, or producing or engaging in literary work as a profession.
Acquired and inherited conditions that feature DYSTONIA as a primary manifestation of disease. These disorders are generally divided into generalized dystonias (e.g., dystonia musculorum deformans) and focal dystonias (e.g., writer's cramp). They are also classified by patterns of inheritance and by age of onset.
A sustained and usually painful contraction of muscle fibers. This may occur as an isolated phenomenon or as a manifestation of an underlying disease process (e.g., UREMIA; HYPOTHYROIDISM; MOTOR NEURON DISEASE; etc.). (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p1398)
A loose confederation of computer communication networks around the world. The networks that make up the Internet are connected through several backbone networks. The Internet grew out of the US Government ARPAnet project and was designed to facilitate information exchange.
Persons whose profession is to give legal advice and assistance to clients and represent them in legal matters. (American Heritage Dictionary, 3d ed)
A plant genus in the family PINACEAE, order Pinales, class Pinopsida, division Coniferophyta. They are coniferous evergreen trees with long, flat, spirally arranged needles that grow directly from the branch.
A sac or recess formed by a fold of the peritoneum.
A malignant neoplasm arising simultaneously or consecutively in mesodermal tissue and glandular epithelium of the same part. (Stedman, 25th ed)
BEETLES in the family Curculionidae and the largest family in the order COLEOPTERA. They have a markedly convex shape and many are considered pests.
Conversations with an individual or individuals held in order to obtain information about their background and other personal biographical data, their attitudes and opinions, etc. It includes school admission or job interviews.
Educational institutions.
Individuals enrolled in a school of medicine or a formal educational program in medicine.
Individuals enrolled in a school or formal educational program.
Educational institutions for individuals specializing in the field of medicine.
Selection of a type of occupation or profession.
Individuals enrolled a school of dentistry or a formal educational program in leading to a degree in dentistry.
The assessing of academic or educational achievement. It includes all aspects of testing and test construction.

Computer-enhanced emotion in facial expressions. (1/2)

Benson & Perrett's (1991 b) computer-based caricature procedure was used to alter the positions of anatomical landmarks in photographs of emotional facial expressions with respect to their locations in a reference norm face (e.g. a neutral expression). Exaggerating the differences between an expression and its norm produces caricatured images, whereas reducing the differences produces 'anti-caricatures'. Experiment 1 showed that caricatured (+50% different from neutral) expressions were recognized significantly faster than the veridical (0%, undistorted) expressions. This held for all six basic emotions from the Ekman & Friesen (1976) series, and the effect generalized across different posers. For experiment 2, caricatured (+50%) and anti-caricatured (-50%) images were prepared using two types of reference norm; a neutral-expression norm, which would be optimal if facial expression recognition involves monitoring changes in the positioning of underlying facial muscles, and a perceptually-based norm involving an average of the expressions of six basic emotions (excluding neutral) in the Ekman & Friesen (1976) series. The results showed that the caricatured images were identified significantly faster, and the anti-caricatured images significantly slower, than the veridical expressions. Furthermore, the neutral-expression and average-expression norm caricatures produced the same pattern of results.  (+info)

The image and advocacy of public health in American caricature and cartoons from 1860 to 1900. (2/2)

The decades just before and after the founding of the American Public Health Association in 1872 saw an efflorescence of political cartooning and caricature in national-circulation weeklies. Part of the political and social critique that cartoonists and their editors provided the public focused on needs or opportunities for preventing illness and accidents. This paper presents a small selection of editorial cartoons that agitated in support of public health activities over 4 decades. The goals are to illustrate several concerns that rose to national prominence in that era, to examine the kinds of imagery that newspapers and magazine editors offered their readers, and to observe how frequently the public was encouraged to see politicians and commercial interests as responsible for preventable health problems. This discussion focuses exclusively on propagandistic images, leaving aside the reportorial depictions of events in the news and the neutral illustrations of methods and machines in scientific and technical publications.  (+info)

Excellent! These are my favorite. I bookmarked the caricatures vs undertures post. Im a caricature artist discontent with the state of caricatures today. Seems like everyone is imitating someone who is better and more famous. One of the reasons I read your blog is because you stress fundamentals and skill over superficial design and blandness. I love your caricatures because they are funny. The things you said about some animators/cartoonists drawing realistic to get respect as real artists goes for caricature artists too, and some just exaggerate for no good reason. Its something Im working on getting rid of in me. No pretentiousness, just fun. Cant wait to read more of your theories on caricatures. ...
Caricature exaggeration systems, engines, and methods create a drawing of a facial image, compare relationships among facial features in the drawing to corresponding relationships in facial images and corresponding caricatures in a database, and automatically exaggerate at least one relationship among facial features in the drawing based on the facial images and the corresponding caricatures in the database.
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The discussed period is typified by the high point of caricature as the most topical genre of art because very different artists participated in decisive historical events of that time. The article gives an outline of the major themes, differing individual styles of artists, their means of expression, etc. The term 'caricature' is derived from Italian word caricare, meaning 'to heap', 'to exaggerate'. Its task is to unmask contradictions of social phenomena, relationships, human conduct and character in a peculiar manner. Caricature exaggerates and distorts external features, revealing the inner truth. The article deals with particular examples from periodicals because their quantity and quality significantly increased on the threshold of the 20th century. Thanks to the development of printing industry and spread of liberal ideas, political and satirical publications helped to change the public opinion. As periodicals reached wide audience and had deep influence, ...
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Caricatures of Tetrahymena based on the ASSET spice module drawn by students in Mrs. Mayers 5th grade class at Northeast Elementary, Ithaca, New York. Students designed experiments that tested the reaction of living Tetahymena to a wide variety of spices, monitoring whether the cells were attracted to, repelled from, or neutral to each spice. After making their observations, students were invited to use their imaginations and draw caricatures of what they observed through the microscope. The results are awesome examples of science meeting art!. ...
Since you started your blog, pretty much, Ive been on a sort of caricature journey... something clicked when I saw your caricatures, and Marlos... Something happened to me... I suddenly started seeing more in faces... more distinct weirdness that I really needed to extract. I feel like I can see a million different grades of peculiarity and uniqueness in even one face, and as I feel I get a handle on the drawing, I see still more... possibilities multiply and it can seem sort of infinite and make me giddy... and Im only just getting started in really following this logic through to its culminations ...
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Caricatures of Tetrahymena based on the ASSET spice module drawn by students in Mrs. Mayers 5th grade class at Northeast Elementary, Ithaca, New York. Students designed experiments that tested the reaction of living Tetahymena to a wide variety of spices, monitoring whether the cells were attracted to, repelled from, or neutral to each spice. After making their observations, students were invited to use their imaginations and draw caricatures of what they observed through the microscope. The results are awesome examples of science meeting art!. ...
Having a caricature painted of yourself can be a fun and exciting experience. Thats because just about everyone has wondered, at some point, what they would look like as a cartoon or as an...
Yesterday happened to walk pass Polar Puffs & Cakes shop. Saw these & realised that the pictures of our 3d caricature figurines that we made for Fann Wong & Christopher Lee for the movie The Wedding Game - 大喜事 were used on top of their latest heart shaped cakes ...
Just for a change after keep posting 3D figurines till customers start to forget that we can also do digital or fully customized caricature drawing & also to get the completed drawing to be in-printed on various products, ranging from cushion, mug, key ring, wall tiles photo frame etc ...
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Tom Michalak, the Secretary of the Ticknor Society, gave an informative and amusing lecture about the Queen Caroline affair to the Ticknor Society. The affair became an obsession with the early nineteenth century British public, sparking the creation of hundreds of caricatures and related material. Tom has an extensive personal collection of Cruikshank caricatures, some of which he brought to the event. The Houghton augmented these by presenting a special exhibit of Criukshank caricatures from the librarys collection. Our thanks go to Bill Stoneman and Karen Nipps at the Houghton for their help, and for kindly hosting the Ticknor Society.. The activities of George as Prince of Wales, Regent (1811-1820), and as King (1820-1830), and those of his wife Caroline of Brunswick (Queen Caroline), stimulated the publication of hundreds of caricatures, broadsides, and pamphlets. William Hone, a popular and influential political satirist, pamphleteer, publisher, and bookseller collaborated with the young ...
Can you name the actor/actresses from the caricatures? Test your knowledge on this movies quiz to see how you do and compare your score to others. Quiz by RobPro
This caricature may allude to the Seven-League Boots, which enable the wearer to take enormous strides as in Le Petit Pouchet (Hop o My Thumb), a fairy tale written by Charles Perrault (1628-1703 ...
PARIS (AP) - The chief suspect in a double stabbing in Paris told investigators he acted out of anger over caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad recently republished by the satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo, France
Friel tells a long joke involving a breached calf appearing to have run into the back of the mother cow, presumably to illustrate that looking at some issue from the wrong angle can lead to wrong conclusions. He then questions the entire field of cosmology by declaring that the idea that Nothing became Something to become Everything is absurd. The problem is, hes correct, but in the wrong way. Cosmologists state that the Big Bang theory is not a creation event but rather an expansion event--the entire contents of the universe were compacted into a single point which then expanded, cooled, and condensed into the stars and galaxies we know today. As far back as we can observe, there has always been Something. What happened before the Big Bang is still being explored. Cosmologists dont know--not with certainty, for sure--but Friel doesnt know either. To say that Nothing became Something is a caricature, just like Friel caricatures of Evolution, and caricatures are all too easy to disprove ...
Do you have a mental health-related hero? Maybe its your favorite psychotherapist. Or your brother with PTSD. Or your Psych 101 instructor ...
You may, like me, have seen the cover of the 14th of July New Yorker depicting a Barack Obama as a Muslim and Michelle Obama as a terrorist, with a portrait of Osama Bin Laden on the wall and an American flag burning in the fireplace, and understood that the intention was to satirize not them but the rumours against them, and nevertheless have felt this could not but backfire. In an article. published in The Chronicle of Higher Education, and subtitled Cognition studies clash with New Yorker rationale Harvard psychologist Mahzarin Banaji explains why it is so:. I am, as are most others in my social class, an emphatic defender of the arts as a primary vehicle to irritate, aggravate, and offend. I have been trained to step back and rethink my reaction to that which jolts and nauseates me. I know that, in such moments especially, I must look within for a possible inability to transcend ingrained values. For that reason, and because we who read The Chronicle are likely to be among the staunchest ...
Anyways, despite it being a picnic, we ate lunch, fed the kids too - better to take well-fed kids especially when the event starts after their usual lunch hours! So, we arrived there in time, got our tags and walked up to the pavilion. Pup noticed that familiar faces (to him) were missing, so he promptly walked to the crates of beer to help himself with some familiar taste. The girls found some pebbles and started collecting them and arranging them on the picnic tables. I made small talk to some of my colleagues, grabbed some iced-tea and took the girls over to the caricature artist. T1 got hers done early on and went miniature-golfing with daddy, while I waited with T2, who unable to sit in line kept losing her spot. She was more excited to see the artist in action anyways. She was totally mesmerized at the artists work! Then the artist suggested I should sit in line and hold her place. Not wanting to miss getting her caricature done after having waited over an hour, I paid heed. Good thing I ...
In practice it was difficult to transfer the infant technology into African spaces where long distances, high altitude, and weather extremes were significant obstacles. Imperial discourses of adventure and conquest resurfaced. Notions of superiority and caricatures of civilisation and backwardness re-appeared in connection with the new class of aeromobile British citizens and expatriates. Africans, for their part, were variously amazed and phlegmatic about the new mobility they serviced as aircraft cleaners and re-fuelers, airfield labourers, and occasional rescuers of passengers and crews after aircraft accidents in remote places. Africans spoke of white mans madness. They used biblical and avian references to comprehend flight; their mechanical innocence made them figures of fun. African people, customs and speech were used as counterpoints for caricatures of modernity associated with flying.. African skies and landing grounds were an important testing ground for the design and ...
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In practice it was difficult to transfer the infant technology into African spaces where long distances, high altitude, and weather extremes were significant obstacles. Imperial discourses of adventure and conquest resurfaced. Notions of superiority and caricatures of civilisation and backwardness re-appeared in connection with the new class of aeromobile British citizens and expatriates. Africans, for their part, were variously amazed and phlegmatic about the new mobility they serviced as aircraft cleaners and re-fuelers, airfield labourers, and occasional rescuers of passengers and crews after aircraft accidents in remote places. Africans spoke of white mans madness. They used biblical and avian references to comprehend flight; their mechanical innocence made them figures of fun. African people, customs and speech were used as counterpoints for caricatures of modernity associated with flying.. African skies and landing grounds were an important testing ground for the design and ...
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Last night we sliced 60,000 lbs of baloney. As you sleep, the night so penetrates your brain that you think the engine itself is inside your skull. And the ship-in the role of nurturing mother-rocks you to sleep. Once you are asleep, it continues to keep rocking you until, at various times during the night, it rocks you awake.. We are to reach Ulithi at about 5:00 AM. By 6:00 we are near Asor, having gone around the atoll to avoid going through the east. John Rulmal, a deacon, rescues me from the ship in his boat, which pulls up alongside at about 6:45. John tells me they are waiting for Mass in Falalap. Had the Seoul Olympic Committee witnessed our dash to Falalap, Im sure they would have forced a gold medal on us. John treats the ocean as a mere nuisance, not to be taken seriously.. About 11 or so the ship arrives at Falalap. They are unloading all kinds of things: rice, food stuffs, metal roofing tins, as well as improbables-thirty foot telephone poles which do their own stevedoring by just ...
Executive summary: Caricaturist and satirist. French caricaturist and painter, born at Marseilles. He showed in his earliest youth an irresistible inclination towards the artistic profession, which his father vainly tried to check by placing him first with a huissier, and subsequently with a bookseller. Having mastered the technique of lithography, Daumier started his artistic career by producing plates for music publishers, and illustrations for advertisements; these were followed by anonymous work for publishers, in which he followed the style of Charlet and displayed considerable enthusiasm for the Napoleonic legend. When, in the reign of Louis-Philippe, Philipon launched the comic journal, La Caricature, Daumier joined its staff, which included such powerful artists as Dev ria, Raffet and Grandville, and started upon his pictorial campaign of scathing satire upon the foibles of the bourgeoisie, the corruption of the law and the incompetence of a blundering government. His caricature of the ...
An anonymous blogger has begun posting caricatures of famous Adventists online. Hes taking requests, so think about who you would like to see in a slightly different light! Question: Your blog shows caricatures of well-known Adventists, both living and dead. Are you making fun of the people you depict?
I completed a series of drawings in exchange for a weekend stay in Richmond, California. They were done precisely to specifications. The commission was completed a bit late, and one of the cats, who had been on his last leg, had since passed away. He became the kitty ghost in the drawing below ...
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Publi loccasion du bicentenaire de la naissance de Daumier, louvrage aborde les diff rents aspects de sa carri re et de son travail de caricaturiste et de journaliste de presse observant et commentant la vie politique et les faits de soci t du XIXe si cle.
And then theres these animals called Pugs: previously I always had nothing but disdain and pity for these freakishly funny furballs. Then not too long ago I personally met one, and have since theorized the psychological basis for my instinctual revulsion to them: theres a sort of a resentment at being forced to feel so damn sorry for them, coupled with their desperate, insatiable need for affection. Also, as it tried to hump my leg while I was conducting a phone interview with a search committee, I discovered another trait for this species - the absolute impossibility of calming one down. As in any attempt to shush up a Pug starts up an exponentially escalating feedback cycle not unlike the meltdown of a very small and hairy nuclear reactor core. The main lesson I took away from that experience, and from this drawing, was to approach Life in the same manner as a Pug: have fun and hump away no matter how ridiculous the world thinks you look doing it ...
Publi loccasion du bicentenaire de la naissance de Daumier, louvrage aborde les diff rents aspects de sa carri re et de son travail de caricaturiste et de journaliste de presse observant et commentant la vie politique et les faits de soci t du XIXe si cle.
One of my students at New York University (I teach at NYU, in case I hadnt mentioned it before) told me about a fellow student who was behind the line CORINTHIAN AND CARICATURE, a new collection of jewelry that far exceeded my expectations, especially since NYU doesnt have a formal degree program in jewelry or accessories design. Its not statement jewelry that you see from this new line but rather all encompassing body jewelry - see for yourself! For buying enquiries, please email [email protected] ...
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Its important to point out that caricatures of immigrants were common. Germans were stereotyped in beer halls; Chinese immigrants were mocked in caricatures and cartoons; African Americans were almost constantly the subject of demeaning comic stereotypes. The point is not that Irish people suffered more or less than any other group: rather, the remarkable thing is how differently irish people were seen. No one today thinks of Irish people as not whiteor racially primitive in some ways, irish people seem sort of hyper-white.. ...
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I seem to recall that Rhino once released a Golden Throats-styled album strictly for awful Beatles covers. (I thought it was called Butchering The Beatles, but that title seems now to belong to a heavy metal Beatles cover set.) The albums Jack Davis-styled cartoon cover -- a parody of the Beatles never-released butcher baby cover for Yesterday And Today -- featured caricatures of the artists on the compilation. But at one side of the picture was also a caricature of Mark David Chapman, the guy who killed John Lennon. Beatles fans were predictably outraged by the joke, and the album was reissued with the Chapman-caricature removed. Now I cant find any reference to the album anywhere, which may be for the best. ...
Brazilcartoon is one of the best sites about cartoons, caricatures, short comics,..., etc...It is a reference for us, lovers of the drawings...There you can find other cartunists, his arts, informations about contests around the world, etc...The great cartunist, Márcio Leite, is the mind behind the Brazilcartoon. Always I post some arts in my blogcartoon (a specific link into the site)...There is a section called Top Humor, where some of drawings are selected to shine in the homepage...My Ronaldinhos Gaúcho´s caricature was selected today (08/23/11)...I´m very happy...Thank you Leite, thank you Brazilcartoon...You can reach the homepage in the link below and have fun ...
Some fiction caricatured the current gender hierarchy by describing a matriarchal alternative without advocating for it. According to Karin Schönpflug, Gerd Brantenbergs Egalias Daughters is a caricature of powered gender relations which have been completely reversed, with the female sex on the top and the male sex a degraded, oppressed group;[205] gender inequality is expressed through power inversion[206] and all gender roles are reversed and women rule over a class of intimidated, effeminate men.[207] Egalia is not a typical example of gender inequality in the sense that a vision of a desirable matriarchy is created; Egalia is more a caricature of male hegemony by twisting gender hierarchy but not really offering a better world.[207][208]. On egalitarian matriarchy,[209] Heide Göttner-Abendroths International Academy for Modern Matriarchal Studies and Matriarchal Spirituality (HAGIA) organized conferences in Luxembourg in 2003[210] and Texas in 2005,[211][212] with papers ...
I love how people say that Foreskin Man is a racist comic because the second issue had him fight a feindish mohel caricature. yet every single person he fights is a feindish caricature. Just because people disagree with mohels(and everyone else) cutting baby dicks doesnt make them an anti-semite. It is their fault that they have a ritual that involves genital mutilation. they can either change it to fit the modern times, or realize that their barbarism is wrong, lest they seclude themselves from any civilized country that cares about child welfare. at the bare minimum, make the child wait until theyre grown for fucks sake. let them choose their religion, and their body modifications when theyre an adult.. ...
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There was a lot of ire and eye-rolling on March 7 when New Brunswick Conservative MP John Williamson, in response to a question about labour shortages in meat-packing and processing, claimed: it makes no sense to pay whities to stay home while we bring in brown people to work in these jobs.. In one fell swoop, Williamson summed up the racialized caricature the Conservative government wants you to believe about Atlantic Canadas workforce: that lazy white locals are living high on the dole (or as we say here, pogey) while transnational migrants, who are hardworking but not invested locally, take the jobs they should be doing.. This caricature is the ideological backbone of the regions two-tiered racialized remittance economy. What to do with a seasonal economy? Williamsons whitie has a long history in Atlantic Canada.. Since the post-war period, the regions unviable seasonal economies have been poked and prodded by federal policy-makers in at attempt to modernize local industries and ...
Caricatures demonstrate that only a few significant edges need to be captured to convey the meaning of a complex pattern of image intensities. The most important of these edges are image intensity changes arising from surface discontinuities or occluding boundaries. The CARTOON algorithm is an attempt to locate these special intensity changes using a modification of the zero-crossing coincidence scheme suggested by Marr and Hildreth (1980 ...
Recently I was unfriended on Facebook, the reason being that allegedly, I am mocking black women with my cartoons and caricatures. The person who unfriended me said she didnt like seeing the images that kept appearing from my Facebook page, and took them to be mocking black women. I suppose, because I am not black, she had decided I am not allowed to make any commentary that might be construed as mocking black women. Well, she said, she realized art is art, however, apparently, from her view, I had gone too far...thus, it seems that art is art but needs to be censored when the wrong people say things that one can only supposed the right people are allowed to say. Then she said, in her closing email to me on Facebook, that she would remain unfriended with me, until we had time to talk. I suppose that meant that, after I had duly gone and received my lecture in political correctness, and perhaps, oh joy, permission to make cartoons that might APPEAR to be mocking black ...
Recently I was unfriended on Facebook, the reason being that allegedly, I am mocking black women with my cartoons and caricatures. The person who unfriended me said she didnt like seeing the images that kept appearing from my Facebook page, and took them to be mocking black women. I suppose, because I am not black, she had decided I am not allowed to make any commentary that might be construed as mocking black women. Well, she said, she realized art is art, however, apparently, from her view, I had gone too far...thus, it seems that art is art but needs to be censored when the wrong people say things that one can only supposed the right people are allowed to say. Then she said, in her closing email to me on Facebook, that she would remain unfriended with me, until we had time to talk. I suppose that meant that, after I had duly gone and received my lecture in political correctness, and perhaps, oh joy, permission to make cartoons that might APPEAR to be mocking black ...
France stepped up security at some of its embassies after a satirical Parisian weekly published crude caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad, pushing the country into a debate about free speech.
The Opry House (1929), first released on March 28, 1929, was the fifth Mickey Mouse short to be released, the second of that year. It cast Mickey as the owner of a small theater (or opera house according to the title). Mickey performs a vaudeville show all by himself. Acts include his impersonation of a snake charmer, his dressing in drag and performing a belly dance, his caricature of a Hasidic Jew and, for the finale, a piano performance. The cartoon starts with the opening of a theater and Mickey Mouse sweeping and using the broom as an instrument and a dance partner. Mickey is then faced with a large show goer, who must be deflated in order to fit through the doorway. The band takes over, with a large variety of short gags occurring throughout. Following, Mickey Mouse becomes the star of the show, taking on the multiple roles of a vaudeville star. The cartoon ends with a humorous fight between himself and a piano and a stool. Mickeys interactions are highly stylized in order to capture the ...
Arcee is an important character in Transformers lore, but one whos always been handled very awkwardly by Hasbro and the fiction. She was a major character in the 1986 movie and the third season of the original cartoon, but never made it into the toyline because the designers assumed that little boys wouldnt want to play with a girl toy -- which, since she was a stereotypical bubblegum pink emotional team mom, is probably true. Shortly afterwards, the character was carried over into the Japanese cartoons and introduced in the Marvel comics, both of which turned her into an even more riotously sexist caricature. With the numerous retoolings that the franchise went through in the 1990s she was forgotten like many traditional characters, aside from an obscure showing in a convention-exclusive comic and what amounted to a cameo in the nostalgic Dreamwave comics. Eventually she was reimagined as an Omnicon in the 2004 Energon series. Energon itself was thoroughly forgettable and Arcee was a minor, ...
Adapted from When Your Thoughts Work Against You, first published in the Negotiation newsletter.. Remember the firestorm that the cover of The New Yorker magazines July 21, 2008, issue created? The cartoon depicted presidential nominee Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, in the Oval Office, he dressed as a flag-burning Muslim, she as a terrorist.. It wasnt just the flat-footed attempt at humor or the embarrassing caricatures that drew Democrats ire. In addition, Obama supporters appeared to worry that the cartoon would perpetuate the very misinformation it was intended to spoof.. In a New York Times op-ed, scientist Sam Wang and writer Sandra Aamodt describe this phenomenon as a very real possibility. Due to the way in which our brains store and reprocess information, we tend to forget the source of learned knowledge. For instance, you know that two plus two equals four, but you probably dont remember exactly where you learned this fact.. This source amnesia can cause us to forget whether ...
When the Tafts were in the White House, there was no television news, no radio news, nothing but newspapers to let people know what was happening and what was thought about it. A particularly vivid way to communicate about issues of the day was the political, or editorial cartoon, which was used extensively from about the middle of the 19th century until today, when they are still very much a method of commenting on important contemporary issues. Then, as now, no subject has provided more topics for exaggeration and caricature than the presidency and the person who occupies it. ...
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Let me caricature them both. The ˜war on terror as mounted by the Bush Administration identified ˜evil as a concrete enemy that could be destroyed by military action. If a discrete number of ˜evil individuals were detained or killed, then the world would resume its secular progress towards societies and political systems that look more like America. As it happens, these ˜evil individuals tend to be Muslims and Arabs, and they supposedly hate America because of its freedoms and its success. And all that America needs to know is whether a person or a country is ˜with us or against usthe task is not to understand the world but to change it in Americas favor, while Americas huge power renders detailed knowledge redundant.. The ˜war on genocide as envisaged by the liberal interventionists identifies ˜evil in the form of individuals and governments which can be removed by military action or judicial activism. Genocides are perpetrated, according to this narrative, because ...
... caricatures); El Cuento de Hoy (Story of the Day); El Rincón de la Mujer (Women's Corner); Crónicas del Ávila (pieces by ... various guest contributors); plus sections devoted to sports and other topics. Ideologically Últimas Noticias is in the center- ...
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Kaputnik was a self-caricature. Berg also caricatured his colleagues whenever he drew gags based around an office. Publisher ... From late 1980 on he used multiple topics for each installment. The series had no recurring characters, except for the ... Originally Berg would take an omnibus topic (such as "Noise", "Spectators", or "Dog Owners") and deliver approximately 15 short ... "The Lighter Side of..." gently satirized everyday topics such as medicine, office life, parties, marriage, psychiatry, shopping ...
The topic of swill milk was also well exposed in pamphlets and caricatures of the time. In May 1858, Frank Leslie's Illustrated ...
It included caricatures, jokes and humorous verses and short stories. Among its many writers, editors, and illustrators were ... The pre-1939 version was known of its right-wing, nationalistic, xenophobic topics. The level of the humor was rather low; ... While mucha means "fly" in Polish, actually the magazine was named after a daredevil acrobat Antoni Mucha, whose caricatures ...
We won't have women readers...." It sought "bright articles on current male topics." Humour was at the heart of the title, ... Covers were initially text-only, then carried caricatures of famous people until mid-1958, when photographic covers took over; ...
Baxter often changes his uniform to represent the topic. Terrence Moonseed, again performed by Hugo Farrant, is the caricature ... The show is known for using satire and rap rhyming to analyse important topics of the day in a humorous, yet philosophical ... Darth H. Baxter, also performed by Hugo Farrant, is a caricature representing the Military Industrial Complex. When war is in ... is an Australian bogan stereotype and correspondent for Rap News who appears when Rap News handles Australian-centric topics. ...
In England, Russia and across Europe-though not in France-Napoleon was a popular topic of caricature. Hazareesingh (2004) ... ISBN 978-0-14-011813-1. Broadley, Alexander Meyrick (1911). Napoleon in Caricature 1795-1821. John Lane, 1911 Caricature. Dwyer ... Napoleon in caricature 1795-1821 (John Lane, 1911) online, illustrated Gourgaud, Gaspard (1903) [1899]. Talks of Napoleon at St ... Unlike the system during the Ancien Régime, religious topics did not dominate the curriculum, although they were present with ...
Caricature and Comics Auction (since 2005) Auction dedicated to comics and caricature original art. It is held every November ... Despite the low number of copies, comics and the theme of its revival has been a frequent topic of the media. In spite of this ... Hungary had a flourishing caricature culture at the time, and many of the greatest artists also drew these early types of ... Besides hosting a few comics exhibitions every year, it organizes the annual comics and caricature auction and is the home of ...
His main topics are the French medical system, the relationships between caregivers and patients and Women's Health. One of the ... The "Ordre des médecins" (France's medical regulatory board) issued a statement to condemn the book as "a caricature of reality ... ". Many other books addressing the very same topic have since been published, confirming Winckler's description and analysis ...
Stump speeches not only poked fun at these topics but also at the caricatured black speakers' ability to understand them. ... Topics varied from pure nonsense to parodies of politics, science, and social issues. Although both the topic itself and the ... Nevertheless, the blackface makeup acted as a fool's mask, allowing minstrels to discuss topics that might otherwise be taboo. ...
Irony, ethno-futurism and social caricature are usually present in his writings. He made his debut with "O Homem que queria ser ... In his fiction and non-fiction writings João Lopes Marques sheds light on the topics of identities and alternative History. ... His novel "Odessa, Vanessa" (2013) is a harsh yet funny caricature of identity an cultural tensions between native Balts and ... Lindbergh" (2007), the caricature of a young Portuguese man searching for more Eastern longitudes. It was followed by "Terra ...
Among other things, he dealt with the topics of Nazism, politics, the environment and medicine. He also designed commercial ... Other series of images are The Chess Players , portrait caricatures, satirical / allegorical representations of animals and ...
Berg often included caricatures of his own family-headed by his cranky hypochondriac alter ego, Roger Kaputnik-as well as of ... Berg would take an omnibus topic (such as "Noise," "Spectators" or "Dog Owners") and deliver approximately 15 short multi-panel ... Beginning in #218 (October 1980), he abandoned the thematic approach, and thereafter covered multiple topics in each article. ...
"Chief Wahoo caricature controversy still hot topic for Cleveland Indians, Native Americans"". The News-Herald. Retrieved June 7 ... This sign is a point in a major American issue, which is racial caricature. Some people have a problem with it, some people ... In 1932, the front page of the Cleveland Plain Dealer featured a cartoon by Fred George Reinert that used a caricatured Native ... Various other patches were worn for the next few years, none of them featuring Native American caricatures. In 1946, the last ...
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The topic is the Finding in the Temple episode from Jesus' childhood, found in the Gospel of Luke. The character at the left of ... Jesus is a true caricature, perhaps inspired by one of Leonardo da Vinci's drawings seen by Dürer. The man in the lower left ...
His caricatures and illustrations have been described as light, innovative, humorous and anecdotal. In the Italian press, he ... was a valued art critic and also published articles about art, education, technology, national issues and other topics. On the ... In addition to his comic strips and caricatures, he also produced the first Slovene youth book in colour lithography, St. ...
In 2009 she became the first woman to win the Journalistic Distinction in Caricature award. In 2014 El Adl was honoured by the ... In 2016, her work covered international topics including Brexit, the attack on the Bacha Khan University attack and Stop ... 2009 Egyptian Journalists' Syndicate's Journalistic Distinction in Caricature 2013 41st Forte dei Marmi Prize for Political ...
A second topic begins in chapter 5, with the association between ugly and obscenity, and also absurdity, which can make people ... Humour thus indicates the aesthetic measure, as seen in the costumbrist descriptions or the art of caricature, where women and ...
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The caricature of the period is also reflected in some more specific notions. One misconception, first propagated in the 19th ... New works on religious topics and schoolbooks were also produced.[110] Grammarians of the period modified the Latin language, ... The medieval period is frequently caricatured as a "time of ignorance and superstition" that placed "the word of religious ... and dissemination of basic works on religious and secular topics, with the aim of encouraging learning. ...
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This is a topic which fascinated both Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace.[21][22][23] When new species occur, usually by ... As Darwinism became accepted in the 1870s, caricatures of Charles Darwin with an ape body symbolized evolution.[132] ... In 2010 the journal Nature selected 15 topics as 'Evolution gems'. These were: Gems from the fossil record[change , change ... These books cover most evolutionary topics. *Barton N.H; Briggs D.E.G; Eisen J.A; Goldstein D.B. & Patel N.H. 2007. Evolution. ...
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It parodies Hamilton and other Broadway shows and caricatures various Broadway stars.[160][161] ... The Cabinet rap battles provide a way to engage students with topics that have traditionally been considered uninteresting.[135 ...
The DSM-5 refers to the topic as gender dysphoria (GD) while reinforcing the idea that being transgender is not considered a ... Drag queens have been considered caricatures of women by second-wave feminism. Drag artists have a long tradition in LGBT ... Main articles: Feminist views on transgender topics and Transfeminism. Some feminists and feminist groups are supportive of ... transgender is also used as a noun equivalent to the broader topic of transgenderism, i.e. transgender identity and experience. ...
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  • Enjoyed your self-caricature. (tencentticker.com)
  • But because Norma Desmond is SO overwhelmingly a 'self-caricature' of demented Diva, it's a tough role to play. (musicals.net)
  • In addition, master students should be able to express independent and fruitful research questions pertaining to the course topic and show which academic texts could enlighten these questions further. (ntnu.edu)
  • Painfully unfunny cartoon, showing a captured "Nippon Newsreel" highlighting ugly racial caricatures of our World War II Japanese enemy. (cartoonresearch.com)
  • Students who participate in this activity will learn some of the history of political cartooning in the United States, recognize a political cartoon, be able to identify the main idea, the symbols, and the exaggeration and caricature in political cartoons, and compare and contrast cartoons from William Howard Taft's presidency with contemporary cartoons about the Bush presidency. (firstladies.org)
  • What is the cartoonist's opinion about the topic portrayed in the cartoon? (firstladies.org)
  • and Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro with his biting caricatures of pompous politicians. (wikipedia.org)
  • A caricature artist has to have a good eye for what makes something or someone look different than others of its kind. (blogspot.com)
  • Caricature is really important in animation because animation tends so much to reuse designs from the past and the whole assembly line process of animation allows a succession of artists to retrace the first artist in line's initial pose or expression. (blogspot.com)
  • Chris Rommel, a Eau Claire, Wisconsin, caricature artist will be at South Park on Sunday, Aug. 20, to stretch the likenesses of individuals across a sheet of paper, perhaps also drawing giggles out of people. (hometown-pages.com)
  • Of course there'll also be a place for off topic chit-chat, and a place for other webcomic artist to talk about what's going on with their own stuff. (comicgenesis.com)
  • The episode makes two references to Star Wars, where the caricature artist displays a caricature of Darth Vader and a montage shows Lisa with a double-bun hairdo like Princess Leia. (wikipedia.org)
  • A caricature is a drawing that is based on observation of something's specific distinct features. (blogspot.com)
  • He will be set up with an easel and paper by the pavilions at South Park from noon to 3 p.m. drawing caricatures free of charge. (hometown-pages.com)
  • My custom digital superman caricature drawing. (blogspot.com)
  • Mel Ramos eroticises product presentation and its seductive promises and clich s, however without slipping into caricature or an offensive criticism of consumer aesthetics. (artbook.com)
  • We have all seen caricatures of Elvis, and some of them are pretty good. (elvisblog.net)
  • An expert was going to analyze Elvis' face for the benefit of aspiring caricature artists. (elvisblog.net)
  • We have all seen caricatures of Elvis. (elvisblog.net)
  • I think it is one of the best black and white caricatures of Elvis. (elvisblog.net)
  • Several of the pictures above show Elvis in jumpsuits, but for some reason, that was not mentioned in the article as a major element for caricatures. (elvisblog.net)
  • Obviously, caricature artists have a highly developed sense of facial observation. (elvisblog.net)
  • Hollywood often got it right after costuming the main caricatures. (railroad-line.com)
  • Caricatures are images showing the features of its subject in an exaggerated way. (elvisblog.net)
  • Then, as now, no subject has provided more topics for exaggeration and caricature than the presidency and the person who occupies it. (firstladies.org)
  • An attempt to bring out the piece at Berlin as 'Amor an Bord' 3 failed, owing to the impossibility of any- thing like political caricature in Germany. (wikisource.org)
  • Theoretical physicists are caricatured in the popular imagination as only involved in abstruse and difficult-to-imagine topics. (theconversation.com)
  • Si se cliquea en las imágenes de debajo se llega al audiolibro correspondiente de esta primera serie) (Clicking on the images. (archive.org)
  • How these images can be used, misused and understood post-Holocaust and post-Muhammed caricatures will also be dwelt upon. (ntnu.edu)
  • Kenneth Baker draws upon his own experience of high politics, as well as his personal collection of caricatures. (thamesandhudson.com)
  • In this movie I'll show you how to take that photographic…caricature that we've been working on for a few movies now. (lynda.com)
  • I know this issue has been raised about McLaren before but what becomes so clear in these interviews is the way in which he caricatures the views (or as he says 'overstates') with which he disagrees. (typepad.com)
  • Most of the LGP posters I'd like to meet in real life are the characters (and caricatures) that populate the PDT. (letsgopens.com)
  • But I recommend that you watch it anyway because I do cover some more topics and go into a little bit more detail. (skillshare.com)
  • Paris offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo , which had that week published an issue featuring a caricature of Houellebecq on the cover. (britannica.com)
  • Even general types can be caricatured. (blogspot.com)
  • haven't heard the interview so I can't speak to that specifically, but I can speak to McLaren et al in general on the 'caricature' thing. (typepad.com)
  • Find information about every stamp issued by the USPS and other postal services since 1997, and learn where in the world stamps about your favorite topics are being issued. (linns.com)
  • When you try to emulate a famous caricaturist's "style" you are undermining the usefulness of doing a caricature. (blogspot.com)
  • Britannica does not currently have an article on this topic. (britannica.com)
  • It took him a year and a half, but yesterday he finally sent me the caricature you see in this post, and I have to say I'm very disappointed, on two fronts. (timothy-green.org)
  • We invite comments and request that they be civil and on-topic. (reason.com)
  • I used to caricature babies all the time because they are so funny looking. (blogspot.com)
  • Since caricatures are usually humorous (as in Dickens), I don't know that I'd call Salander a caricature because she is not in the least funny, but she's definitely exaggerated. (ning.com)
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  • And with its disarming approach to the topic, this inexpensive play should have strong appeal for regionals and beyond. (variety.com)