Originals, prints & books by Brumsic Brandon Jr. & Barbara Brandon-Croft, the "only instance of a father-daughter lineage in comic syndication history today,"
Brumsic Brandon Jr.
- SOME OF MY BEST FRIENDS (1963) by Brumsic Brandon, Jr., Correspondence from Langston Hughes praises SOME OF MY BEST FRIENDS as “the MOST.” Hughes’ mention of “being white” is a reference to a caricature Brandon made of him. Brandon’s reply was “I didn’t make you white, the paper is white!”
- DAMNED IF WE DO, AND DAMNED IF WE DON’T (1966), digital reprints on cardstock. This series was created for Freedomways Vol. 6, No. 4, 1966. 5” x 7” unframed: 1 for $5 5 for $20 set of 8 for $25
- 1960s Lino-cut hand-reprints, stamped by the Brumsic Brandon, Jr. Art Trust, various sizes. $125 unframed / $135 framed
- LUTHER, November 1-3, 1973, Los Angeles Times Syndicate, ink on Bristol.
- LUTHER’S GOT CLASS, Introductory “Love Note” by Shirley Chisholm, First Printing, 1976. $25
- THE WEARY PICKET (1977), Black Resources, Inc, reprinted from Library of Congress file with permission from The Brumsic Brandon, Jr. Art Trust.
- Reproduction of February 28, 1985, Black Resources, Inc. Collection of The Brumsic Brandon, Jr. Art Trust.
- BLACK CAT BEEBOP’S FABLES (1986), ink on bristol board. Collection of The Brumsic Brandon, Jr. Art Trust.
- WHAT WE OVERCAME (undated), 38 pages - original college and digital printing. Posthumous lettering by Barbara Brandon-Croft, a currently unpublished 28-page book, utilizing geometric construction paper cutouts in the iconic style honed by Brandon since the 1960s. Collection of The Brumsic Brandon, Jr. Art Trust.
- WHERE I’M COMING FROM (various), unique: ink on board, Not-for-sale
- HEAL magnet
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