Vaughan & Chiang's "Paper Girls" Builds a Familiar Yet Disconcerting World
Dave Kellett has posted a set of photos of original art he has hanging in Small Fish Studios, including a few fan-made objects and original comic art by everyone from Mort Walker to Dylan Meconis. Dave is the creator of the long-running webcomic Sheldon, and the newer sci-fi comic Drive. The interesting thing about these photos is they are showing the strips as objects, but I really wanted to read them. Alas, the tinted glass and occasional awkward angle make that hard to do. (Alas, Kellett has hung his artwork up high.) Still, it’s worth clicking over to see an original Richard Thompson piece, David Malki’s Wondermark-esque take on Sheldon, and even an 18th-century print by the godfather of sequential art, William Hogarth.
(Via The Daily Cartoonist. Photo (c) All rights reserved by smallfishstudios)