Graphically Seasoned Greetings!

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Last year at this time, I did a post on past holiday cards that J.J. Sedelmaier Productions, Inc. has sent out over the years. This year I’m presenting some of the greetings the studio has RECEIVED throughout the years! They all speak for themselves . . . and my apologies to Steven Heller and his first (of a zillion) book, Artists’ Christmas Cards.

Ron Barrett via the Ink Tank

Philippe Lardy

Tom Hachtman

Uli Meyer

Tom Bloom

The Daily Show

The Colbert Report

Steven Guarnaccia

Above and below: Sean Lattrell

Santiago Cohen

Peter Spacek

Paul Meisel

Patrick McDonnell

M.K. Brown

Michael Sporn

Mark Newgarden

Mark Marek via the Ink Tank

Maciek Albrecht

Len Glasser

Lee Lorenz

A brilliant card from King Features Syndicate. This laser-cut image forms the snowflake out of silhouetted characters from the KF family. It’s the work of the late KF editor Jay Kennedy (1956-2007).

Kim Roberson

Jonathan Royce

Jessie Hartland

Ivan Brunetti via Patton Oswalt

Istvan Banyai

Isabelle Dervaux

Guy Billout

Gideon Kendall

Gary Lieb

Gary Baseman

Fido Dido (Sue Rose)

Esther Pearl Watson

Elwood Smith

David Goldin

Corky Quackenbush

Late Night with Conan O’Brien

Bryon Moore

Bonnie Timmons

Bill Woodman

Barbara Nessim

Arnold Roth

Ann Telnaes

Happy Holidays to all!!


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About J. J. SedelmaierAs President/Director of J. J. Sedelmaier Productions, Inc., he is responsible for launching some of the most talked about broadcast animated productions of the past two decades – MTV’s “Beavis and Butt-Head”, SNL’s “Saturday TV Funhouse” series with Robert Smigel (“The Ambiguously Gay Duo”, “The X-Presidents”, etc.), Cartoon Network/Adult Swim’s “Harvey Birdman – Attorney at Law”, and the “Tek Jansen/Alpha Squad Seven” series for The Colbert Report. Sedelmaier has produced over 500 film and design pieces. He has been a professor at NYU, teaching Intermediate Animation and History Of Animation courses, and has curated design and animation exhibits at The Society Of Illustrators, Milwaukee's Grohmann Museum and Westchester Arts Council. In addition, he’s a very organized hoarder.View all posts by J. J. Sedelmaier →