Before I start this post properly, there's something I have to go on record about. Despite what Rich Johnston may have said in his most recent LITG, I am not and, never have been, a museum curator. On the other hand, I suppose I am a curator of some sort, all the same, just as any blogger is. I find interesting stuff on the internet, and choose the best of that selection to post here for the interest of other people — of course, I don't post anything like all of the interesting things that I find online, because we'd never have the time to read everything everyone ever posted, and there is so much wonderful stuff to be found out there. So, I curate. And with that in mind, today's post is a veritable art gallery of imagery, which takes its title from this picture here:
And the Teen Titans as well. Anyone know who did the art for this one? [via]
And Wonder Woman is Miss Santa Claus. Art by HG Peter.
Christmas fun with electronic robots #1 [via]
Christmas fun with electronic robots #2 [via]
1963 Christmas card by Osbert Lancaster. If you're in London over the next few weeks, there's a free exhibition of his drawings at the Wallace Collection until January 11th. (I've not been yet, but I plan on going this week.)
Father Christmas Tree by Saul Steinberg, who is also the subject of an exhibition on in London, at the Dulwich Picture Gallery until February 15th. (I've not been to that one yet, either, but I'm looking forward to seeing it.)
I think that's your lot for today. Something smells reeeeally good here, and I think dinner is about to be served. Om nom nom. HAPPY CHRISTMAS!