|Oil on Panel - 2017|
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
|Watercolor on Paper - 2017|
That's how they used to refer to PTSD. Shell Shock. I was going through some old family photos the other day and I came across a strange one from World War Two.
Young men standing around smoking cigarettes on the porch of a military hospital. Three in uniform and one wearing fancy pajamas. I was struck by their resemblance to a punk band from the late Seventies or early Eighties. I showed the photo to others and everyone agreed with me that they might as well have been Wall of Voodoo or Joy Division.
The original photo is in black and white.
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Michael Gerber has once again been kind to me and published this single page comic in the fourth issue of The American Bystander. This is the only American Humor Magazine that currently exists in the World. You can subscribe to this wonderful publication, and you ought to do so in order to get that frown off of your face. Visage improvement, that's the ticket!
Please go to: www.americanbystander.org