Monthly Archives: January 2012

Flash-forward to January

We now interrupt your (not so) regularly scheduled summer journals to bring you a freezing cold blast from the present. The dreaded dark days of January are nearly over, much to my relief – though as you can see, I’ve … Continue reading

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Summer Journal #6: Finland

My host family took their traditional trip to Finland to visit relatives soon after my arrival in June, which meant my “work-abroad” summer kicked off with a vacation. I enjoyed some pastoral peace & quiet in the tiny village of … Continue reading

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Mungo the Sadsack

A jam comic is an improvised collaboration between 2 or more cartoonists, usually trading panels back-and-forth and watching a story emerge from nowhere. The result is an interesting hodgepodge of visual and storytelling styles. Here’s one such comic I created … Continue reading

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Summer Journal #5: Gothenburg

Sweden’s second largest city, Gothenburg, is a beautiful maritime metropolis featuring a giant ferris wheel, an ancient sailboat and many more amenities that I enjoyed on routine visits during my summer in Sweden. Most of these visits were spent wandering … Continue reading

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