There are plenty of ways to reflect on a year, but as someone who draws every day of the school year I thought I’d share some of my favorite #napkinart pieces from 2014. For those unaware, I draw my kids’ favorite characters (sometimes of all time, sometimes of that very momenty) for their school lunches. […]
One of my fondest gaming memories as a kid was that of the point-and-click adventure known as “Sam and Max Hit the Road.” I remember diving headfirst into the game after discovering it on the shelf at a local PC store and the oddball humor involved in its digital genius. Plus, how could I not […]
Some classmates will pester your kid to bring in snacks on their birthday. My daughter’s classmates? Well, they wanted napkins.
Taryn had the unenviable task of getting down all of the requests from her classmates, and some were easier to fulfill than others.
“How do you know the summer is really and truly over?… For me, the way I know the summer’s a goner is when my brother Pete and Artie, the strongest man in the world, go to the beach and try to beat up the ocean. They’re not crazy, just angry – angry that the summer has to end.”
As part of the Napkin Art that I create for my daughter’s school lunches, I did a series of mashups between Nintendo characters and The Avengers…