Life is full of contradictions. Our viewpoints can change all the time, depending on the circumstances. Illustrator Gudim Anton depicts the not-so-sticky parts of life in his popular Yes, But comic series. The two-panel illustrations demonstrate how attitudes shift and sometimes, they are an inexplicable contradiction. While amusing, the comics are thought-provoking, too. Some of Anton’s illustrations point out how we can knowingly work against our own self-interests.
For years, former The Simpsons cartoonist Liz Climo has been creating adorable animal comics.
Artist Lainey Molnar continues to capture what it is like to be a modern woman in her ongoing series of...
There are some things that cat owners know as undeniable truths. Cats want to be petted until they don’t anymore, they will always stand in front of your screen on Zoom, and everything will have fur on it–no matter what. But to know this is to love felines, and it’s something that the illustrator Landysh of Lingvistov captures in her charming cat comics.
If there’s one thing that has been shaking up the contemporary art world, it’s NFTs.
Illustrator Andrés J. Colmenares has a gentle sense of humor that will make you smile.
If you’ve ever worked in a retail job, you know how thankless it can be. The customers, the promotions you have to push—it can be draining. So, it’s nice to be able to commiserate with other folks who know the in-store retail struggle. Illustrator Stephen Beals does just this by chronicling the adventures of retail workers in his daily comic called Adult Children. In the four-panel comic, a retail worker (or workers)
Comics on the internet are a powerful way to connect with others.
Artist and animator Liz Climo knows how to make us smile.
In a bid to simply spread some joy, Malaysian artist Chow Hon Lam creates an ongoing comic series called Buddy Gator. It features an alligator as the main character, but he’s nowhere near as scary as gators are often perceived to be. This particularly friendly creature is a reminder to “never judge a book by its cover.” Lam started illustrating his comic around a year ago during the start of the pandemic.
Sometimes we can all use a little reassurance that things are going to be okay.
Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic began, we’ve had to adjust to living in the “new normal.