Yeti Press publisher shows us his shelves, art and, yes, Yeti!
On the adjacent wall are some smaller pieces by Johnny Ryan, Yeti Press co-founder Eric Roesner, and Chicago friend Alex Nall.
Finally, the last picture in the office includes a Rasl print signed by Jeff Smith, a gag cartoon by Sam Henderson, and page from Reich by Elijah Brubaker.
The art spills out into the living room. Behind a Fozzy statue on the counter are sketches by Bruce Timm and Allie Rotenberg, who’s a personal friend and card designer extraordinaire at Hallmark.
A small hallway leads into another living space. Of course, I’ve used the wall space to hang more art. On one side is a drawing on a scratchboard by one of my favorite cartoonists Dylan Horrocks.
On the opposite wall is a sketch by another one of my all-timers, Roger Langridge.
Over the hallway hangs three pages by Chris “Elio” Eliopoulos.
Around the corner is a huge drawing of Mickey and The Blot by Tom Neely.
Last, but not least is the mantle place. I took down some of the photographs so you could get a better look at the screen print by Aaron Renier and the awesome Shoalin Cowboy drawing by Geof Darrow.
I know that most of these pictures don’t consist of things on shelves, but hopefully it still constitutes the title “shelf porn.” Anyway, thanks for taking the time to check it out and hop on over to www.yetipress.com for all your quirky comic needs.
If you’d like to see your collection featured here on Robot 6, here’s what you need to do:
1. Take some photos and save them as jpgs.
2. Write up a little something about your collection.
3. Send them to me in an email. Please attach the images as separate files; don’t embed them into a Word doc.