Kind of a Golden Age Tim Kreider cartoon
here, like something I might've drawn ten years ago. (A
decade's worth of these cartoons are collected in my first
my political cartoons, I can often write an accompanying
essay that goes off on a tangential theme
without explicating the cartoon in a reductive way that
does a disservice to the art, but in the case of a drawing
like this I think I'd better revert to my old policy
of saying as little as possible about its intent or meaning.
I remember grabbing a piece of paper and hastily doodling
it in a hilarious
at my girlfriend Ellen's apartment while we were
in the middle of a conversation, though I can no longer
remember what we were talking about that
might've prompted such an image.
This is certainly not what I was thinking
of when I drew it, but what comes to mind for me when I
look at this cartoon now (which is, of course, no more
valid that whatever may come to your mind when you look
at it) is
this is what my passion for cartooning has turned into.
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