Back in January, King Features’ amazing Countess Tea posted a blog featuring the studios of some of the King cartoonists. comicskingdom.com/blog/2014/01/15/ask-a-cartoonist-caution-creators-at-work Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to get my act together in time to submit photos of mine. Well, it’s been six months, and I’ve finally managed to round up a few shots.
We moved into my current studio 3 years ago. Our office at that time was nice, but it was more space than we needed (some of you may have seen images of it on my Cartoonist Studio page), so, we moved to this cozy Harborside space. It sits above the harbor overlooking Lake Michigan, and is close to some of the best restaurants in the area. Best of all, it’s quiet. Guests are always welcome, so if you’re a local, or just passing through, give us a call and be sure to stop by.
My cartoonist “wall of fame”
More cartoon art
and more cartoon art
My very uncomfortable juror’s chair from the Lake County, Illinois courthouse
Misc. Edison props
An Edison “Price is Right” strip, signed by host Drew Carey and announcer George Gray, and a “NOVA Science Now” strip signed by David Pogue. I sometimes put celebrities in my comics, and I’m flattered when they write to tell me they like the strip.
Last year I had the privilege of doing a Hogan’s Alley Q&A with Tom Heintjes. Read on. You may learn some new stuff about Edison. I know I did. While you’re at it, check out http://cartoonician.com and subscribe to the print edition of this great magazine!
I was considering turning this idea into an daily strip, but my wife vetoed it. I’m glad one of us has some common sense in this house. A light tap to the shoulder is really a better way to wake someone.