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Logo contest

While we ponder the excellent submissions, join us in admiring some of the proposals. We will upload them as they get scanned in. Not all submitted designs have…

Rose City Comic Con Day 3

We wrapped up another busy day with a ton of submissions in our “Create our Logo” contest on site. Stay tuned while we sort through them, along with…

Rose City Comic Con Day 1

What a busy day! Many people checked out our booth, and some did not want to miss the opportunity to submit their draft for our logo competition. Check…

Database: Disabled Cartoonists

The Cartoonists of Color, Queer Cartoonists, and Disabled Cartoonists databases were created and are maintained by cartoonist MariNaomi as a way to spotlight marginalized comics creators. The databases are used…

Database: Queer Cartoonists

The Cartoonists of Color, Queer Cartoonists, and Disabled Cartoonists databases were created and are maintained by cartoonist MariNaomi as a way to spotlight marginalized comics creators. The databases are used…

Database: Cartoonists of Color

The Cartoonists of Color, Queer Cartoonists, and Disabled Cartoonists databases were created and are maintained by cartoonist MariNaomi as a way to spotlight marginalized comics creators. The databases are used…

Oregon Cartoon Institute “Historic Firsts”

The Oregon Cartoon Project (then operating as Oregon Cartoon Institute) is responsible for a few “Historic Firsts” in the history of Oregon cartooning and animation. First OHS exhibit…

John Reed’s Portland

Oregon Cartoon Institute created the original map in honor of Paramount Pictures’ decision to digitize/make accessible all “The Witnesses” interviews shot for REDS by Warren Beatty. Oregon Cartoon…

Survey Course Oregon Animation History

In May 2013, Anne Richardson taught a survey course entitled Oregon Animation History at the Hollywood Theatre. The Oregon Cartoon Project has archived the original syllabus for future…

Portland Pop in Three Centuries

Portland is a pop machine. The first American political cartoonist to achieve superstar status, Homer Davenport, made his professional debut in Portland. Mel Blanc, the most revered voice…