GoComics’ marketing team create an 8-bit Snoopy on their window in support of their favorite baseball team the Kansas City Royals.

eataku:

Just got confirmation that the Peanuts donuts at the “Snoopy in Ginza 2014” exhibition at Mitsukoshi Ginza in Tokyo are indeed made by the one and only Ikumi Mama!

eataku:

Just got confirmation that the Peanuts donuts at the “Snoopy in Ginza 2014” exhibition at Mitsukoshi Ginza in Tokyo are indeed made by the one and only Ikumi Mama!

Reblogged from EATAKU

Needles or Bust!
A statue of Snoopy’s brother Spike will be erected outside the new Chamber of Commerce building in Needles, CA to celebrate Spike’s desert home in the Peanuts comic strip.

fantagraphics:

Oh, Lucy.
Here is the finalized cover artwork for the next volume in our Peanuts Every Sunday series, which collects the beloved comic’s full-color Sunday strips, faithfully reproduced to match the original syndicate coloring. Whether you’ve been collecting Charles M. Schulz's work for years, or are introducing a new generation to these iconic characters, Peanuts Every Sunday: 1956-1960 (Vol. 2) is sure to be a treasured addition to any household.
The book has just been made available for pre-order, and we’ll have more previews over the next few months, with an anticipated November 2014 release.

fantagraphics:

Oh, Lucy.

Here is the finalized cover artwork for the next volume in our Peanuts Every Sunday series, which collects the beloved comic’s full-color Sunday strips, faithfully reproduced to match the original syndicate coloring. Whether you’ve been collecting Charles M. Schulz's work for years, or are introducing a new generation to these iconic characters, Peanuts Every Sunday: 1956-1960 (Vol. 2) is sure to be a treasured addition to any household.

The book has just been made available for pre-order, and we’ll have more previews over the next few months, with an anticipated November 2014 release.

Comic Con 2014

Award-winning author and designer Chip Kidd has been scouring Charles Schulz’s original artwork in the collections and archives of the Schulz Museum as he prepares for the 65th Anniversary of Peanuts by designing a new Abrams book, Only What’s Necessary: Charles M. Schulz and Peanuts. This book, which is slated for a fall 2015 release, will showcase Schulz’s original art and include his rare and never-before-published illustrations.