I wondered if anyone would even download this thing if it was free. It jumped 2 million places this morning up the list. Waiting for the movie deal phonecall. Get yours free until Leap Day! http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VJ2UM1U
The Fly book is free for five days until Leap Day!
Just in time for Leap Year! Go to Amazon Kindle and get Cartoons About Fl*es and Sh*t for absolutely nothing! Yes you heard it right, it's free on Kindle from Thursday 25 until Leap Day! 5 days!
CAFaS sounds like a weird book and I won't lie— it is! 150 cartoons concerning the last subject you ever thought a cartoon book would be about. There's never been and hopefully there will never be one like it anywhere, anytime soon, but it's here now and it's free to download. You might never buy this e-book but you certainly can have it free, on me. For a limited time!
In my cartoon world, wonders never cease.
Estate of Martin Kippenberger, Copyright permission request, Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings Vo. Three (1987-1992
Dear Dan Collins,
I am writing to you on behalf of the Estate of Martin Kippenberger. The Estate is currently working on the Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings Vol. Three, which includes all paintings from 1987–1992. The work by Martin Kippenberger Untitled (from the series Fred the frog), 1989/90 is also part of the catalogue. As a reference image to this work we would like to reproduce a cartoon by you, which Martin Kippenberger incorporated into his painting.
I will be very happy to send you an image of the painting and as well of the cartoon he referred to by mail.
We would kindly ask for permission to use this image and for a reproducible image file (300 dpi, max. 7cm height).
The Estate of Martin Kippenberger will of course respect your image reproduction requirements and will of course mention the image rights holder.
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us!
I am looking forward to hearing from you.
With kind regards,
Dan Collins, American cartoonist and all around funny guy.