Today's Bizarro is a public service comic, reminding readers that we're already a full week into the Lunar New Year.
For your further amusement, here's the sketch I submitted. In the published art, the composition is flipped horizontally, allowing for a view of the shop window.
Chinese New Year is one of my favorite holidays. It comes in the dead of winter, after the traditional western holiday season is over, and not much else is going on. It offers an excuse to get together with friends for great food, and, since my heritage is not Chinese, it carries absolutely no familial obligations. In short, a perfect holiday.
A few years ago, I did a set of twelve paintings based on the animals of the Chinese zodiac. The paintings all sold long ago, but the link to the exhibit is still hanging around the Internet.
I've been sending Lunar New Year cards since 2004 (Year of the Monkey), and will complete a full twelve year cycle in 2015. After that, I think I'll probably start over. Here's this year's offering.
Please check out my previous comical co-creations with Bizarro's Dan Piraro in this blog's Bizarro Warehouse.
ATTENTION MUSIC LOVERS!
Don't miss Dan's new EP of four original songs. That guy's got buckets of talent!