Thursday, January 8, 2009

Pedestrian Comics 25


3 comments:

Benjamin Spees said...

Exceptionally good graphic work. The sense of light and textures on furniture all contribute to the overall feeling of isolation. The sleeping wife with her back to our hero actually intensifies this mood.

Every artist knows this territory. The dissatisfaction with the quality and quantity of work dogs me constantly. And of course in the wee hours it is most acute. The book titles work well as commentary as well as making sense as books and Eng. prof. would have. Seeing "Gatsby" there reminded me of Fitzgeralds famous line: "In a real dark night of the soul, it is always 3 o'clock in the morning.".

Ms. Maitri said...

I usually write my best stuff in the middle of thenight.

normaseattle said...

Beautiful work! Black and white patterns in the late hours of the night or early hours of the morning are scary and evocative to me too. Like the fella said, it's always darkest before the lights go out for good.