cartoonlike

cartoonlike

(kɑːˈtuːnˌlaɪk)
adj
cartoonish
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It's a lost opportunity for detente--a message that Trump wants the JCPOA to collapse--and it's one that rests on a fruitless perpetuation of a cartoonlike view of Iran as a nation.
The contents of his trucks aren't eye-catching, but his vehicles certainly are, adorned with paintings showing cartoonlike faces, dogs, brightly coloured geometric patterns, spirals and landscapes.
Furthering the notion of real versus imagined spaces, the show included a sculptural set piece--a bucket suspended on a pulley system, hovering over cartoonlike anvil and mallets, which appear in the film--dramatically lit and situated in proximity to the projection.
Vivid cartoonlike illustrations by Jamie Woodward help tell the story.
Inspired by photographs of the notorious General Mohammed Oufkir of Morocco, the Goggle Heads were taken by critics as a cartoonlike depiction of brutality.
Simon Tozer's two small works are different to most on show, depicting creatures in a cartoonlike way, one showing a bear looking in a mirror and wielding a tweezer, called Unwanted Hair.
Apart from sharing messages of support for the campaign, netizens on Friday posted images of the couple's billboard painted with digitally altered or cartoonlike hands.
Her own gold-dipped copper pieces attracted a stream of buyers from Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, who were particularly interested in her more-modern adaptations of the cornet, including a ringlet number set with cartoonlike butterflies.
The set and dress are equally strange, with a cartoonlike quality that feels simultaneously flat and three-dimensional.
It's startling, after the cartoonlike figures, and uplifting, to see the flesh-and-blood person who became this artist.