This last weekend I had a table at a local Vancouver market, the Eastside Flea, where I sold some of my classic beloved items such as Beef Buddy cards, prints, and some exclusive copies of TomatoPotato (all of which are available online in my Etsy shop). I would like to say thank you to everyone who came by, told me how cool my stuff was, and supported the Land of Le Beef.
If you're an IB teacher, then these IB learner profile posters will be right up your alley. I made these for my wife's classroom because wanted a fun way to remind her students of these qualities, and because I like drawing animals.
I'd like to take a moment to give a shout out to one of my biggest fans.
Anytime I post a new cartoon on the Land of Le Beef facebook page, he is always the first (and sometimes only) to 'Like' it, and/or write a reassuring comment. In his profile picture he is wearing what appears to be a yellow bag on his head and is giving a peace sign, an image that I have come to recognize and appreciate. Anyway, thank you Yves for all the support over the years. I hope to be bringing you more and more awesome cartoons and illustrations for years to come. :)
I sometimes look at other cartoons and wonder what they would look like if the Land of Le Beef created them. In keeping with the spirit of curiosity, I present to you some of the most beloved breakfast cereal icons from those days when you used to basically eat a bowl of sugar every morning. I think my favourite used to be Capt'n Crunch, although those Lucky Charms marshmallows were pretty awesome too.
I won't say much about this cartoon, because I think it's pretty obvious. Unless of course, you have never seen the viral video 'What Does the Fox Say', by the Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis - which case it isn't obvious at all, and probably pretty confusing...
Anyway, since the song 'Foxy Lady' by Jimi Hendrix hit the airways in 1967, foxes haven't had much other musical representation, so it was only a matter of time before someone swooped in and gave foxes the modern recognition that they deserve. I salute you Ylvis.