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mdt:

OH LORD.

Betty Crocker’s not a cook, she’s a chemist!

mdt:

OH LORD.

Betty Crocker’s not a cook, she’s a chemist!

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Mid 90’s in Boulder, CO

Mid 90’s in Boulder, CO

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The time Senator Larry Craig was hiding in the ceiling tiles of the rstaurant’s men’s room.

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The Rental on The Road to Ohio, 2011

The Rental on The Road to Ohio, 2011

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The Thin, Blurry Line Between Gravy and Glue

The Thin, Blurry Line Between Gravy and Glue

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altcomix:

My friend J. Robert Lennon’s interview with MacArthur Comics Goddess Alison Bechdel from 2008.
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altcomix:

My friend J. Robert Lennon’s interview with MacArthur Comics Goddess Alison Bechdel from 2008.

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dashshaw:

testingtine:

Fernand Leger

Dash Shaw

That’s cool. A few people have mentioned this to me. I can’t say I was thinking about Leger. I was thinking more about Picabia’s transparencies, which came out of doing all of the overlays in BodyWorld (laying acetate sheets over each other, or using the “multiply” function in Photoshop — also, dissolves in film, especially animation where you have total control and can make two unlikely frames line up in unusual ways.) Lots of artists have done similar things — Warhol, Polke, Picasso — Gary Panter would do more psychedelic-ish things like this. But, I’m into Leger. I like Leger’s still life type ones the best. Thank you.

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exitsmiling:

Joaquín Aldeguer

exitsmiling:

Joaquín Aldeguer

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Thanks!

marktimmins said: “Sometimes I really have absolutely no idea what to make of your comics … but in isolation these two pages are utterly brilliant. They say a lot about everything without saying too much. Put them in a frame and send them to a museum.”

What to make of the comics…?  Well, it really helps if you read the whole thing, from the beginning. Basically, the comics are about my experiences working in a number of restaurants years ago. Some of the characters are based on real people, some characters are mash-ups based on several people. “Ellen” was a real person. That’s what she looked like, those were her mannerisms, that was her car!

Her backstory in the comic is fictitious, though. Other characters, like Steve The Manager are based on several real people. His backstory in the comic is based on actual events. All the dishwashers in the story are based on real people, real events, and so on with other characters and situations in the book.

A friend of mine who read the book, and is familiar with some of the real people and situations, peed her pants laughing, saying “It makes Anthony Bourdain’s “Kitchen Confidential” look like a piano player.”

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Ellen… from The Boy With The Spyrograph Eyes

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alexcady:

Fred Flintstone(d)
I’m still trying to figure out water color and what I wanna do with the backgrounds.

I’ll have the roast duck with the mango salsa.

alexcady:

Fred Flintstone(d)

I’m still trying to figure out water color and what I wanna do with the backgrounds.

I’ll have the roast duck with the mango salsa.

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