Mr. Williams’ cartoons famously employed a clean black-and-white style, certainly similar to the image above. His work appeared most often in Life, Collier’s, Century and The New Yorker, and he was also syndicated to newspapers such as The Plain Dealer. According to his obituary in The New York Times on the 15th of April in 1962, by the time he had retired in 1953, approximately 5,000,000 regular readers had seen his cartoons, having had them run in more than 70 newspapers nation-wide.
Still do that…
I started following this girl and her whole dash ended up these. And her last post. I can’t even say words. Anons took her life. If that’s okay with you, then carry on with your day. If you agree this is unacceptable and okay, then reblog and spread the word. What you say can actually change a persons life! So help out
I don’t care if this makes your dash look ‘ugly’, no matter what type of blog you have you should reblog it.