sketchbook #1: Seth


Back in 2004, I went to the MoCCA festival and bought a little sketchbook with blue lines dividing each page into four panels. I asked a bunch of the cartoonists I saw there if they could draw something in it; I’ve occasionally brought it to other conventions I’ve been to, and a lot of amazing artists have been kind enough to draw in it. It’s become one of my most treasured possessions. Over the next few weeks, I’ll post some of the wonderful things from the little square sketchbook here.

One of the first people I asked was Seth, who asked if he could draw something on the cover. I ask you: who would say no to that?


I believe Seth’s most recently published work is his illustrations for Joshua Glenn’s handsome little book “The Idler’s Glossary.”

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