He likes his drinks shaken because he's going through withdrawal.

Big props to Clay Yount, who pretty much wrote this comic for me. If you’re not reading his amazing webcomic Hamlet’s Danish (which updates once a week, has a bit of an archive already, and is amazing) you really should be.

SPX Was Awesome

Yep, the heading says it all. Going to post more about it in the future, but thank you to all who came by and said hello, bought books, and made the show such a good one. Thank you.

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Helvetica has never sounded so good.

Thanks to @lionthetiger for sharing it with me on Twitter!

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Check out this video of awesome designer-guy James Victore going around New York and talkng about all the typography he sees. It’s a pretty great look at typography that makes you just appreciate the detail of everything around you, which is what I always loved about design. Victore’s approach is to appreciate what’s out there without devolving into design snobbery about how every small business should have hired a designer, which I also appreciate.

Also, for some reason, he’s in a WWII/Korea-era army jeep, so I kept thinking him and Hawkeye Pierce were gonna have martinis and make font puns. I’d watch the hell out of that show.

Thanks to @MariesaKDale for putting this on my radar!

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There was another ending where there was humping at the end.

I was talking this one over with my friend Clay and almost had a big ending around humping. In the end, this felt right.

What’s your favorite office cliché?

 

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This is what Mufasa meant when he talked about the circle of life.

Next time, we’ll cover the bit about how Twitter is turning into Facebook.

This comic was my last one for the “I Love Charts” collection, which was unfortunately has shut down for the time being. So you can expect a few less charts around here, as I won’t be cross-posting the ones that were premiering on Medium.com.

I did, however, post my full “bike theft” story on Medium as it seemed to lend itself to the format. I’ve been amazed how many people have commented (mostly in person) how much they followed along with the story. So, you can read the whole thing here.

Baltimore Comic Con

That was this past weekend,and it was a lot of fun! I went into the weekend expecting to set up and have a table and sell comics and things, but unfortunately my busy work schedule and lack of stable mental reserves of energy got in the way. If you looked for me at my table, I apologize. I was there both afternoons socializing with the rest of the Super Art Fight crew, but I didn’t have it in me to lug giant suitcases 160 miles round trip and spend every waking moment worrying about selling things. So, like many of you, I spent my “time off” hanging out at a convention. I haven’t just hung out a con in so long, it was glorious! Thank you to all of you who came by and chatted. I even somehow wound up selling 2 books, despite not really having a table “set up” at all.

SPX Next Weekend

SO. EXCITED. FOR. SPX.

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