Friday, November 21, 2008

Oodles Of Doodles CCCXLIV


I found this great set of four color doodles on the inner sleeve of a record I was scanning the cover of for the upcoming Christmas sharity marathon here at Ernie (Not Bert). The record was on Columbia, but the inner sleeve was from RCA Victor. All of the records advertised were in mono, and the highest catalog number was for a record released in 1958, so that's the date I'm gonna give you for this great doodle. The text across the top of the sleeve said POPULAR-JAZZ-ORIGINAL CAST SHOWS-MOVIE SOUND TRACKS, so you can figure out which doodle stands for what as an exercise. I've seen this artist before, but I can't find any of the other doodles I've shared to link to right this second. I think it's the pointy feet that gives it away.

2 comments:

Stephen said...

Excellent! New doodles! Hey, Ernie, now might be a good time to start using those labels - you know, before the Christmas rush...

stubbysfears said...

Been awhile since we had a good doodle. Thanks, Ernie!