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Of course, Jim Woodring. But it's not always the detail that I really like. In this picture I particularly like the symmetry, the strong imagery, and the framing with the frogs. I've thought of having you frame my album cover in a similar fashion.

Of course, Jim Woodring. But it's not always the detail that I really like. In this picture I particularly like the symmetry, the strong imagery, and the framing with the frogs. I've thought of having you frame my album cover in a similar fashion.

thebristolboard:  Gallery of “World Wide Weirdies” by Ken Reid from Whoopie!, a British children’s comic published by IPC from 1974-1985. Replacing the “Creepy Creations" features from Shiver and Shake (which merged with Whoopie! in 1974), many of these back cover illustrations were inspired by readers who sent in spooky names for famous landmarks for Reid to illustrate.  You can see lots more here.

thebristolboard: Gallery of “World Wide Weirdies” by Ken Reid from Whoopie!, a British children’s comic published by IPC from 1974-1985. Replacing the “Creepy Creations" features from Shiver and Shake (which merged with Whoopie! in 1974), many of these back cover illustrations were inspired by readers who sent in spooky names for famous landmarks for Reid to illustrate. You can see lots more here.

Ken Reid - World Wide Weirdies 58 http://monsterbrains.blogspot.com/2011/07/ken-reid-world-wide-weirdies-1970s.html

Ken Reid - World Wide Weirdies 58 http://monsterbrains.blogspot.com/2011/07/ken-reid-world-wide-weirdies-1970s.html

Ken Reid - World Wide Weirdies 54

Ken Reid - World Wide Weirdies 54

Ken Reid - World Wide Weirdies 15

Ken Reid - World Wide Weirdies 15

Ken Reid - World Wide Weirdies 30 http://monsterbrains.blogspot.com/2011/07/ken-reid-world-wide-weirdies-1970s.html

Ken Reid - World Wide Weirdies 30 http://monsterbrains.blogspot.com/2011/07/ken-reid-world-wide-weirdies-1970s.html

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