Words and Pictures by Grant Snider
Is 'coffee' a metaphor for acid?
I need to know where you get your coffee if it's that trippy.
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Sorry about 1st deleted comment, typo. Love it! (As always!) You never disappoint.
I've never really cared for Dylan (sorry, that voice does nothing for me), but swap in Herbie Nichols, Horace Silver, some classical, or Cocteau Twins, and it's spot-on!
milton glaser would be happy to see his dylan poster revving up morning
I have a sick love for Mr. Dylan, I think, and for your Milton Glaser reference. That documentary about him is crazy good.
Very interesting color scheme! I love it.
Dude, your coffee's like mine!
Awesome, as always.
Dear lord, you are most certainly drinking the coffee I brew in the mornings: Trippy and delicious!
All: Thanks for the comments! Regarding coffee, acid, Bob Dylan, and Milton Glaser- I'm a coffee and Dylan addict, though I've been a Dylan addict longer, and I think his stuff is more potent. This is one of the few times I've tried Glaser, though I hope to see the documentary soon. And I only do acid in the imaginary form - drawing comics.
Yes, I always want to draw the music! I'm a fan of the minimalism in this post (and I especially love the traffic lights) but the parallel parking scene is the one that made me chuckle :)
Hilarious, I showed my fellow coffee-adict boyfriend and we totally related to it. Except maybe a few more frames of trying to wake up ;)
epic-ness! get me some o' that coffee!
if you don't get it then you don't get it. I get it. thanks.