Here's the second of the third part of the July 1964 issue of Cracked. The first part is here.
This article is drawn by Bill Ward. The contents page says of it:
A great Chinese philosopher once said “A picture is worth ten thousand words.” Today when you look at a modern painting, you only need three words to describe it, “WHAT A MESS!”
Don Orehek, Vic Martin, Peter Wyma, ""Bob Zahn, Joe Kiernan, and John Severin.
Abner Doubleday is turning over in his grave since he heard those grand old folks from Transylvania have taken up his game... read all about it—it's a BALL!”
Then this article illustrated by Jack Davis from 1960.
COUNTING HAIRS - The Renaissance brought fresh excitement about the physical world. Art awoke from its long medieval fixation on the afterlife, and began to study the de...
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