Journal comic inspired by a recent visit to the Currier Museum’s mind-bending exposition…
Drawn at a workshop at Plymouth State University’s Karl Drerup Gallery.
(Drawn for “M.C. Escher: Reality and Illusion” at The Currier Museum.)
Drawn with James Sturm ~ Summer 2014
“Will Eisner was already famous for his work on The Spirit when he was drafted for duty during World War II. While in the service, Eisner put his artistic talents to work in army publications, creating a character named Joe Dope …”
This collection focuses on comics produced by the US government…
“About this collection: The Government Comics Collection consists of comic books, posters, and comics-related reports and documents, produced by various world governments and agencies…”
“The need to make art may not stem solely from the need to express who you are, but from a need to complete a relationship with something outside yourself.” — David Bayles & Ted Orland
“Lift-off in 12 hours, folks. Everybody packed?”
“Anybody got an ace of neutrons?”
How about some space armor, laser guns, and big explosions?!
Drafting a list of possible names for a new strip…