Jack Davis

Jack is known for his advertising art, magazine covers, film posters, record album art and numerous comic book stories from EC, Atlas, and others. He was one of the founding cartoonists for Mad and contributed to that for decades.  He also appeared in all of the issues of Panic and some of Cracked as well as Trump, Humbug, and Help!  Jack’s work has been seen worldwide  on record jackets, movie posters, books and magazines, including Time and TV Guide.  Davis was inducted into the Comic Book Hall of Fame in 2003. He also received the National Cartoonists Society Milton Caniff Lifetime Achievement Award in 1996. And he received the National Cartoonists Society's Advertising Award for 1980 and their Reuben Award for 2000.


Jack Davis: The Art of Jack Davis
Taking an early look at the work of one of comicdom’s most esteemed artists, Jack Davis.  This chronology of his earliest work reveals the incredible diversity of a master cartoonist.  Here is a chance to see many rare pieces of art from Jack’s early years. Note:  This was originally released by Stabur Corporation and has been out of print for nearly 25 years.  16.99

   Art of Jack Davis $16.99


Bobby and the Magic Pen
 All new full illustrations by the legendary Jack Davis!
Written by Joe Pfeiffer and this is his third children’s book.

Bobby has a passion for drawing, but he isn’t very good at it. Wondering whether his uncle could invent a contraption that could teach people how to draw better, Bobby finds how a magical pen that allows him the power to bring his creative imagination to life. 

   Bobby and the Magic Pen $9.99 


coming soon (SUMMER 2013)
Jack Davis: Some of my Good Stuff
 Master cartoonist, Jack Davis teams up with compiler, Hank Harrison and reveals a great deal of unpublished artwork and rare gems from his personal archives. Included here are some of Jack’s spontaneous creations, some in the pencil stages as well as finished pieces.  The subject matter runs the gamut from advertising to celebrity illustrations.  Note:  This was originally released by Stabur Corporation and has been out of print for nearly 25 years.

Look for more new releases featuring Jack Davis art work in 2013 from Binary!