nitratediva:

The real Annie Oakley demonstrates her ability by shooting glass balls at Thomas Edison’s Black Maria studio on November 1, 1894.

nitratediva:

The real Annie Oakley demonstrates her ability by shooting glass balls at Thomas Edison’s Black Maria studio on November 1, 1894.

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I may have posted this one before …From left to RightJP Rankin - The Cartoon CowboyRick McCumber - Cowboy ArtistSky Shivers - Storyteller and a sundry of other thingsMiss Kitty - Performer and Entertainer Jeff Gore - Cowboy Singer and Minister of the Gospel

I may have posted this one before …

From left to Right

JP Rankin - The Cartoon Cowboy

Rick McCumber - Cowboy Artist

Sky Shivers - Storyteller and a sundry of other things

Miss Kitty - Performer and Entertainer 

Jeff Gore - Cowboy Singer and Minister of the Gospel

I have always been a big fan of the comic strip “Frank and Ernest”I cut this out of the paper about 20+ years ago and still have it.It may be one of my all time favorite comic strips.

I have always been a big fan of the comic strip “Frank and Ernest”

I cut this out of the paper about 20+ years ago and still have it.

It may be one of my all time favorite comic strips.

I got in to the business of cartooning through drawing caricatures. Sometime in 1990 I met a three caricature artists that performed in and around the San Antonio area. One was a professional artist and illustrator that went by the name of “Doc Haliday”.

The other is Mel, a freelance artist who is still one of the most active and prolific caricature artist in San Antonio and if your lucky you can catch him at the San Antonio Rodeo in February or on any given weekend in “El Mercado”. 

The third one operated and ran a group of caricature artist that was known around town as “The Infamous Cartoon Posse” and he was known by many as “Kidd Cardona”. Kidd received the honor of being named as the “Official Cowboy Caricature Artist of Texas”.

I have not seen Kidd in many years and not sure of his whereabouts, but as I was stumbling through some old cartoon artifacts I ran across this photo of Kidd.

I think it is important to sometimes stop and remember those that had an influence on your career as all three of the did on mine.

I got in to the business of cartooning through drawing caricatures. Sometime in 1990 I met a three caricature artists that performed in and around the San Antonio area. One was a professional artist and illustrator that went by the name of “Doc Haliday”.

The other is Mel, a freelance artist who is still one of the most active and prolific caricature artist in San Antonio and if your lucky you can catch him at the San Antonio Rodeo in February or on any given weekend in “El Mercado”. 

The third one operated and ran a group of caricature artist that was known around town as “The Infamous Cartoon Posse” and he was known by many as “Kidd Cardona”. Kidd received the honor of being named as the “Official Cowboy Caricature Artist of Texas”.

I have not seen Kidd in many years and not sure of his whereabouts, but as I was stumbling through some old cartoon artifacts I ran across this photo of Kidd.

I think it is important to sometimes stop and remember those that had an influence on your career as all three of the did on mine.

gentlemanfisherman:

Hunting Lodge

gentlemanfisherman:

Hunting Lodge

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secretosdemimemoria:

Me Vale versh

… A very cool illustration

secretosdemimemoria:

Me Vale versh

… A very cool illustration

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A Villista revolutionary c. 1914.
(Fototeca Nacional del INAH)

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Villista revolutionary c. 1914.

(Fototeca Nacional del INAH)

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THE RHINESTONE REMBRANDT - NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

He’s been dubbed “The Rhinestone Rembrandt” but Manuel Cuevas goes by just Manuel. His work spans the course of over five decades and with clients like The Beatles, Elton John, Little Richard and Jack White, it’s no wonder Manuel has landed a spot as one of music makers’ top custom designers. He single-handedly designed Elvis’s famous gold lame suit. He made Johnny Cash the Man in Black. He is the mastermind behind the Grateful Dead’s roses and skeletons insignia, as well as the notorious inflated lips logo of the Rolling Stones. In his shop, a personalized letter from President Ronald Reagan hangs inconspicuously in a corner where Mr. Reagan expresses his sincere appreciation for Manual’s craftsmanship.Over dinner with Manuel, I heard about his relationship with Marlon Brando, Frida, and Pablo Picasso, to name a few.

Manuel became passionate about his craft of sewing in 1945 and worked for several tailors in Los Angeles before becoming head designer and tailor for the infamous Nudie (who later became his father-in-law). With a new storefront in the heart of downtown Nashville, Manuel is bringing his ready-to-wear line to the masses. Be sure to stop in for a chance to see his flashy rhinestone suits and perhaps even meet the Legend himself.

"Record companies call me to help fabricate personalities for their artists…I do for artists what they need, not what they think they need.” — Manuel

Guide note: Manuel American Designs can be found at 800 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203. Tel:615-321-5444

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Tennessee State Guide Lindsay Scott is an East Nashville based photographer, writer, drinker and ponderer. You can find her on any random night, porch sitting with a side of story telling and a camera in hand. Follow her on Tumblr at lindsayscottphotography.tumblr.com or on her website, lindsayscottphoto.com.

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Whiskey for my men…….

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Whiskey for my men…….

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Having none of your Lion bullshit today.

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fencehopping:

Having none of your Lion bullshit today.

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