Cartoon: ‘City in Color’

Creative people see the world differently. As he proves right here, right now, Grant Snider is very creative indeed:

Originally published in “The Believer” magazine.

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Cartoon: ‘Sunrises’

Grant Snider may well be our favorite poet as well as cartoonist, philosopher, and orthodontist. For example:

This post first appeared on Grant’s website, Incidental Comics.

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Cartoon: Tom Gauld on Writing

Tom Gauld is one of the most influential cartoonists of the 21st Century. This example of his extraordinary talent and insight into the writer’s plight originally appeared in The Guardian.

Mr. Gault has appeared on this site before, HERE

More of Mr. Gauld’s work is HERE

Cartoon: ‘Cures for Boredom’

Grant Snider points out another fascinating truth: Can you look at this and feel the excitement he must have when he drew it?

This post first appeared on Grant’s website, Incidental Comics.

Have we ever told you how much we love this dood’s work? God, we love his work!

More of Grant Snider’s perception of human creativity at Incidental Comics, HERE

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Cartoon: ‘A Writer’s Hierarchy of Needs’

Last time around, Grant Snider tackled the subject of being blocked. This time, here’s his take on writers’ needs for The NY Times Book Review no less.

Have we ever told you how much we love this dood’s work? God, we love his work!

More of Grant Snider’s perception of human creativity at Incidental Comics, HERE

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