Wednesday, February 3, 2021

A Little History About Cartoon "Krazy Kat" and George Herriman Cartoonist Creator

 First Man Of Color Cartoonist ?

  Herriman was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, to mixed race Creole decent, and matured in Los Angeles California. After he completed from high school in 1897, he ran in the paper market as an illustrator and engraver. He continued to cartooning and comic strips—---- a medium then in its infancy—---- and drew a series of strips up until he provided his most popular character, Krazy Kat, in his strip in 1910. A Krazy Kat daily strip started in 1913, and from 1916 the strip also appeared on Sundays. It was kept in mind for its poetic, dialect-heavy conversation; its wonderful, moving backgrounds; and its strong, speculative page designs.

In the strip's main theme and dynamic, Ignatz Mouse showered Krazy with bricks, which the naΓ―ve,  Kat took a look at as signs of love. As the strip advanced, a love triangle established in between Krazy, Ignatz, and Offisa Pupp. Pupp made it his goal to prevent Ignatz from tossing bricks at Krazy, or to prison him for having done so, however his efforts were perpetually impeded considering that Krazy wanted to be struck by Ignatz's bricks. Herriman lived a lot of his life in Los Angeles, however made routine journeys to the Navajo deserts. He was drawn to the landscapes of and the region, and made Coconino County the location of his Krazy Kat strips. His artwork made much use of Native American Indians and Mexican styles and styles versus moving desert backgrounds. He was a respected cartoonist who produced a big number of strips......

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The Picture Above Is Around 1922 And His Heritage Not Coming Out Until Around 1970 And He Died In 1944...More About Him Here

                            BJ πŸ™ˆπŸ™‰πŸ™Š

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