Cartoon: ‘Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass’

Our favorite artist/philosopher, Grant Snider, demonstrates how he is every bit as much of a poet at Walt Whiman:

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Cartoon: ‘What to Put in Your Notebook’

Our favorite artist/philosopher, Grant Snider, shares some of his not-so-secrets with “Evernote” – and you:

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Cartoon: ‘How to Finish’

Our favorite artist/philosopher, Grant Snider, joins forces with Jon Acuff to give us all some too sorely needed advice:

 

Who’s Jon Acuff, you asked? He’s the writer of the new book, Finish, for which this cartoon is a poster. Find out more about Jon HERE

More of Grant Snider’s sensitive perception at Incidental Comics, HERE

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Cartoon: ‘Perfect’

Our favorite artist/philosopher/orthodontist (yep, that’s his day job), Grant Snider is here to keep us all on track:

 

Who’s Jon Acuff, you asked? He’s the writer of the new book, Finish, for which this cartoon is a poster. Find out more about Jon HERE

More of Grant Snider’s sensitive perception at Incidental Comics, HERE

Buy his wonderful new book HERE

What’s the Difference Between a Cartoon & a Meme?

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Theoretically, we suppose, a cartoon is meant to be funny, first, and insightful second. While a meme is all insight. And yet…. Enjoy your creative journey! Write that novel!

Cartoon: ‘Iridescence’

Speaking of cartoons and insight (as we were just a couple of days ago), Grant Snider’s got it down:

 

Or, as some German dood name of Goethe once said: “There is nothing so terrible as activity without insight.” Grant Snider doesn’t just know these things. He sees them, hears them, and most importantly feels them.

More of Grant Snider’s sensitive perception at Incidental Comics, HERE

Buy his wonderful new book HERE

Cartoon: ‘Uphill’

Grant Snider knows the human soul oh-so-very-well:

To paraphrase Moriarty talking to Sherlock Holmes about his death: “It’s not the fall that kills you…it’s the discouragement.”

More of Grant Snider’s sensitive perception HERE

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