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The Hamilton spectator presents editorial cartoons by Blaine.

Blaine MacDonald

The Hamilton spectator presents editorial cartoons by Blaine.

by Blaine MacDonald

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Published by Hamilton Spectator in [Hamilton, Ont .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Cover title.

Other titlesHamilton spectator.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNC1449.M25 A45
The Physical Object
Pagination104 p.
Number of Pages104
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4357422M
LC Control Number78399728

Blaine (July 7, – February 5, ) was the name used by Canadian political cartoonist Blaine MacDonald. Blaine was born in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, and later relocated to Hamilton, Ontario. His work was published in The Hamilton Spectator. He received the National Cartoonist Society Editorial Cartoon Award for Park Dental Blaine. Blaine is the name used by a political cartoonist Blaine MacDonald (b. ) from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, whose work was published in The Hamilton Spectator. He received the National Cartoonist Society Editorial Cartoon Award for Blaine is part of the Barbie doll collection by Mattel.

  A panel called "Aunt Alas" soon followed. And, eventually, he became the newspaper's editorial cartoonist. Over the next several years, Mike worked at various newspapers as a cartoonist, advertising artist and art director. Before devoting his full attention to Cornered in , Mike was editorial art director at The Hamilton Spectator/5(3). The construction of this book is a departure from the solid chapter work I've noticed in other books by Terkel. In "The Spectator" he weaves reminiscences of a wide variety of theater and film artists (both in front and behind the scenes) together within chapters, sometimes breaking away from one interview for a brief excerpt of an interview with someone else entirely.4/5.

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Hugh Buchanan Associate Editor of The Spectator said of Blaine’s cartoons, “All survey’s of our readers show that his cartoons are the most popular feature in The Spectator ” He was also regarded by his contempoaries as a mater of the brush stroke.

By Graeme MacKay, The Hamilton Spectator, Wednesday February 8, Longtime Spec cartoonist Blaine dead at One of The Spectator’s most colourful and well-known personalities of recent decades has died.

Editorial cartoon for June 6. Their voices, most of them now silent, are reprinted here in their honour. Opinion by Graeme MacKay The Hamilton Spectator. Editorial Cartoon for Thursday, June 6,by Graeme MacKay, The Hamilton Spectator. Canada's role in D-Day landings still lingers 75 years later.

This offering is for an excellent SIGNED copy of Cartoons by Blaine He was Canadian and wrote for the Hamilton Spectator in He won awards all over North America in the political cartoon category. A great piece of Canadian history.

Goodbye Blaine MacDonald. When I was a kid growing up here in Hamilton our local paper, The Hamilton Spectator had a terrific editorial cartoonist on staff who always signed his work with just the single name, "Blaine.".

Although I was too young to understand what they were about, I loved looking at Blaine's editorial cartoons.

And, oh yeah, in 20 years I moved back to Hamilton, got married, bought a house, became a father to 3 girls, built lasting friendships, got syndicated, became a President (Association of Canadian Editorial Cartoonists), hosted a convention (of the ACEC), got Wikipediaed, a “shop” owner, and published a book.

Blaine, who was the newspaper’s editorial cartoonist for 30 years until his retirement inhad been in poor health in recent years after heart surgery and a stroke and was living at Macassa. Social media commentator and incivil mannered social distance warrior.

Graeme MacKay is Hamilton-based editorial cartoonist for the Spectator. Reach him via email: [email protected] Opinion by Graeme MacKay Hamilton Spectator A cottage industry of face masks is emerging during the pandemic.

Graeme MacKay is Hamilton-based editorial cartoonist for the Spectator. Get In Touch The Spectator, 22 Old Queen Street, London, SW1H 9HP T: E: [email protected] The American Spectator Foundation educates the public on new ideas, concepts, and policies that favor traditional American values, such as economic.

Happy National Cartoonist Day. 1 and Done. The Bent Pinky. Brevity. We'd like to take this opportunity to promote a wonderful Hamilton-themed book by Hamilton Spectator editorial cartoonist Graeme MacKay. We highly recommend it. Click here to buy it. Blaine (RIP) (Hamilton Spectator) Cartoon Bob (Oakville) caricatures; Brian Fray.

Blaine (July 7, – February 5, ) was the name used by Canadian political cartoonist Blaine MacDonald. Blaine was born in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, and later relocated to Hamilton, work was published in The Hamilton Spectator. [1] He received the National Cartoonist Society Editorial Cartoon Award for [2] In Blaine became the first.

Blaine (July 7, – February 5, ) was the name used by Canadian political cartoonist Blaine MacDonald. Blaine was born in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, and later relocated to Hamilton, Ontario. His work was published in The Hamilton Spectator. He received the National Cartoonist Society Editorial Cartoon Award for English: Editorial, spot and gagLiving, Aislin.

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