What Does “Middle Class” Mean, Anyway?

Posted by Katherine | Friday, October 10th, 2008

Pseudopop (featured previously here) mulls over many things with pen and paper. Here it's the middle class. Because of the Wall Street crisis, it's become central to the election (and to campaign spats); but what, pseudopop wonders, does the term actually mean? [pseudopop / Flickr] That little infinity sign on the income ...

Doodling During the Debate

Posted by Katherine | Tuesday, September 30th, 2008

Doug Jennings, a graphic artist in West Dundee, Illinois, did some "caricature practice" during the debate: [Doug Jennings / Flickr] Pseudopop draws a lot. He sketched out some of each candidate's favorite debate lines and tropes: [pseudopop / Flickr] Not quite sure what pseudopop thinks of Jim Lehrer's hairstyle.

The New Yorker Cover

Posted by Katherine | Wednesday, July 16th, 2008

This week's New Yorker cover shows Barack Obama dressed as a Muslim, Michelle outfitted as a Black Panther/terrorist, a flag burning in the fireplace, and Osama bin Laden in a gilt frame on the wall. It is, of course satire. Or it's supposed to be. It seems to be confusing ...

Clinton or Obama: Who Cares More?

Posted by Katherine | Thursday, April 10th, 2008

Another find from Ann Raber. This card was sent with apparent fondness from a Republican dad in Florida to a Democratic daughter in Texas. The daughter's note below the photo describes previous teasing in which dad sold daughter his truck and delivered it outfitted it with Bush memorabilia. [cmt2779 / Flickr] The ...