Wednesday, June 27, 2007

"E'lera del terzo mondo--


--he's a
third
world
man."

9 comments:

Ry's Photo Blog said...

Vin...I thought you retired from the blog.....what happened?

Vince M. said...

I had a few posts saved as drafts, so I put them up. I'm not retiring the blog, just taking it easy for the summer-- maybe one post per week.

bigjiminy said...

Vince, there's just enough here to make me curious about the statement you're trying to make.
Let's see:
We've got a large suburban dwelling middle-aged male with a dog that was likely chosen by his wife...wearing a self-deprecating T-shirt claiming to have knowledge of the viewer...that and his large ears tell me that he's attuned to the world around him, but his expression is one of melancholy. The cigarette speaks of subtle self-destruction as a result of the futility he finds around him. Did I nail it?

Vince M. said...

You almost had it all tacked down, Jimbo.
But the dog belongs to his parents, and he's still living "at home".
Everything else: Bulls-Eye.

Thanks for the fun observations.

marcoshark said...

Vince, looks like were 2 ex Brooklyn guys looking for a way back home to real pizza and bagels. Great to see your still there.

(look at who I am, btw)

Vince M. said...

Wow, Marc! How's my co-pilot from the ill-fated flight of Singer's one and only Honeymooners Comic Book? Checked out your website, you've got some interesting work there. Glad to know you're keeping busy. I can't believe it's been twenty years.

I have found a few decent pizza's here in L.A., but the perfect N.Y. bagel is still nowhere in sight.

marcoshark said...

well, looking at your output from the last 20 years, to say I'm blown away by what you and the rest of your gang are doing would be an understatement. Still, I always thought old "Shadownose" would have been the breakout project for you (still might, you never know!) as well. At least we both worked at opposite ends at Warners, and that was a trip to say the least!

Funny thing, my new job, which I can't publicly say much about, had me out at Cupertino (hint) and I did find some good eats out there.

Nicolás Meza said...

Hola, soy Nicolás de Argentina. Muy buenos dibujos, me recuerdan a las caricaturas satíricas del siglo XX, por la época de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Felicitaciones!

Vince M. said...

Gracias por los comentarios, Nicolas. Adivino que mi trabajo es muchísimo un producto de los tiempos y sitios en los que he vivido.