Syd Hoff is one of the greatest cartoon artists and humorists of the 20th century, best known for his cartoons which appeared in.
Syd Hoff (September 4, 1912 – May 12, 2004) was an American cartoonist and children's book author, best known for his classic early reader Danny and the Dinosaur. His cartoons appeared in a multitude of genres, including advertising commissions for such companies as Eveready Batteries , Jell-O, OK Used Cars, S.O.S Pads, Rambler ...
Early Cartoons: "This is what I like - Bohemian." (March 12, 1932) "He ignored us." (February 6, 1932) "Make like Chevalier for the Schwartzes, Morris." (March 19, 1932) Tenement Life: "Boy, have they got your number." (Dec. 12, 1934) "Advertise it! Tell the whole dam world what a bum I've become." (Aug. 17, 1935)
Throughout his career Syd created thousands of cartoons for a wide variety of publications, providing a witty and humorous look at issues at the dramas of everyday life that occur right under our noses – from marriage, relationships, parenting, workplace, health and economic down times.
Publisher. New York : Scholastic Inc. : Published by Scholastic Book Services. Collection. printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; inlibrary. Contributor. Internet Archive. Language. English. Learn to how to draw different faces, people, and animals by using simple lines and forms.
Syd Hoff shows you how to draw cartoons. by. Hoff, Syd, 1912-2004. Publication date. 1979. Topics. Cartoons and caricatures, Drawing, Cartooning, Drawing. Publisher.
In 1957 Hoff began a new daily cartoon for King Features titled Laugh It Off which he continued until 1971. His cartoons have appeared in the New Yorker, Esquire, Look, and other magazines, and he has written and illustrated several children's books including Danny and the Dinosaur.