Monday, June 6, 2011

"Buoy Eyeballs"

Another panel that doesn't quite bridge the gap between Alaska and Maine - although I suppose eventually I'll accumulate a suitable portfolio that will also double in South East Alaska. The ubiquitous flotillas of bobbers, floats and mooring buoys littering the oceanscape eventually become a part of the backdrop, and piles of traps in peoples front yards garner no more of a second look than a dog yard would in Fairbanks.

The frameless variation above is another panel slated for publication in Down East Magazine, joining the esteemed company of other Maine cartoonists such as David Jacobson, Jeff Pert and Bill Woodman.

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