Newsweek magazine

10

Clever comics and illustration by Asaf Hanuka

Asaf Hanuka ( born 1974) is a cartoonist and illustrator based in Tel Aviv, Israel. His autobiographical comics The Realist started in January 2010, published in Calcalist (Israeli business magazine). It won Gold medal from the Society of Illustrator in 2010 and Award of Excellence from Communication Arts Annual, and a silver medal from 3X3. 2 collections of the realist pages were published in book form in France on 2012 and 2014 and have been translated into 6 languages. 

Asaf has been practicing commercial illustration since 1995. Among his clients: Nike, Canal+, Rolling Stone, Fortune, New York Times, Time, Wall St. Journal, Forbes, PC magazine, Newsweek, Men’s Health and more.


CrossConnectMag on Facebook - a place that is definitely worth a visit!

posted by Margaret via

Newsweek, April 29, 2016

Newsweek decides to take a break from sexism, and aims for racism instead, with a scathing article on the secretive nation of Wakanda. Following the death of King T'Chaka and the succession of his son, a group of right leaning reporters rummage around in the annals of history to dig up something akin to a History Channel conspiracy special.

We have to be honest though… after the events at Flughafen Leipzig-Halle, the Black Panther theory seems kind of legit.

MediAvengers is an MCU media blog.  Magazine spreads and newspaper articles made by fans, for the fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Facebook |  DeviantArt  |  Pinterest  |  Twitter

On this day in music history: October 27, 1975 - Bruce Springsteen will make history when he appears on the covers of both Time and Newsweek Magazine the same week. Riding a huge wave of success brought on by the “Born To Run” album, Springsteen will find the massive amount publicity generated by his record label, and the overwhelming amount of attention he receives in the wake of it unnerving, and attempts to distance himself from it in order to maintain his artistic integrity. Before his performance at the Hammersmith Odeon in London (on November 18, 1975), he will tear down posters at the venue that bare the legend “Finally London is ready for Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band.”