Roll out that special head/This is our favorite one/Please don’t try to read/Don’t read the Sunday Comics
“I’m not one who makes believe, I know that leaves are green. They only change to brown when autumn comes around. I know just what I say, today’s not yesterday, and all things have an ending.”
If you like Sunday Comics, and getting caught in the rain
If you´re not into Garfield, if you have half a brain
If you like making fun of Crankshaft, reading Dune at the cape
We’re the comics you´ve looked for, look for us, and escape
Clocks on the wall, Sunday Comics on the wrist/It’s the moments we relive, it’s the moments like this/When it’s time to get ill, we be so ahead of time/It’s the moments we achieve, best believe it’s the moments
Thoughts on space for art, social and physical, from Lola E Peters.
The story of a single image, stripped of context, and how it has been used to tell a thousand tales that have nothing to do with the original picture. Connie Moon Sehat and Sana Saleem trace the path.