- They said what? // Cabinet Maker;7/8/2005, Issue 5446, p55
Solicits caricatures of several companies participating in the Manchester Furniture Show in Manchester, England. Explanation of the caricature of Flame Upholstery; Prize for companies who come up with the best caption; Contact information.
- Offcuts. // Cabinet Maker;12/12/2003, Issue 5368, p39
Presents trivia, jokes, cartoon and remarks related to the furniture trade and industry.
- Playboys welcome. // Cabinet Maker;5/6/2005, Issue 5436, p43
The article presents information about a computer game in which a player has to decorate Hugh Hefner's mansion. Hugh Hefner is an animated cartoon. The Player has to furnish Hefner's mansion. The player should add more expensive furniture as he progresses.
- THE BACK PAGE. // Wood & Wood Products;Jun2006, Vol. 111 Issue 7, p200
The article presents news, notes and commentary from the back pages of the "Wood and Wood Products" magazine and its ancestral publications. Henry Foscue, president of the Furniture Foundation Inc., paid tribute to James T. Ryan in 1948. A cartoon depicting a woodworker from page 27 of a 1976...
- Caricatures on the soft side. Brown, Jackie Sakash // Arts & Activities;Dec95, Vol. 118 Issue 4, p30
Focuses on caricatures made from the recycled material provided by the parents of Ellis School.
- The art of exaggeration. Sutherland, Jane // American Artist;Jul1997, Vol. 61 Issue 660, p10
Discusses information about caricature drawing. Definition of caricature; Caricature in modern times; Twentieth-century artists who have combined aspects of caricature in their paintings and portraits; How to create an effective caricature.
- MIDTOWN TRAFFIC. // New Yorker;2/17/2003-2/24/2003, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p164
Presents caricatures depicting New York.
- CFMA installs 2001 board, honors four. // Furniture/Today;12/18/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 15, p24
No abstract available.
- More case goods than usual introduced in Tupelo. Linville, Jeff // Furniture/Today;3/3/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 26, p18
Describes the furniture industry in Tupelo, Mississippi. Display of furnitures by wood companies previously introduced in San Francisco or High Point; Opportunities for retailers to offer feedbacks on products; Impact of the West Coast dock shutdown to the furniture industry.