Drawn & Quoted

Now that the May issue of Berkshire Living has finally rolled off the presses, I can share with you the cool collaborative image that photographer Adam Mastoon and I concocted last fall (see above).

Adam brought along his intriguing idea for this cartoon-photography hybrid when he came to our house to take pictures to appear with the magazine’s profile of me, which was expertly written by Kaitlin Bell. (See the snapshot Eddie took of Adam in action in my blog entry from November 12.)

I had great fun applying my drawing to Adam’s portrait, and Berkshire Living has rewarded us for our efforts by giving full-page play to the result.

Although Eddie stayed modestly out of camera range during Adam’s photo shoot in November, Lulu the dalmatian sat still and posed for Adam’s camera the way she almost never will for Eddie’s and mine, darn it! Lulu the blur would be an appropriate caption for most of the pictures Eddie and I manage to take of her!

But for Adam, she all but smiled for the camera. Even canines, it seems, can’t resist the allure of fame.

About Howard

I'm a cartoonist and writer, best known for my graphic novel, Stuck Rubber Baby, and my comic strip from the 1980s, Wendel.
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