We’re offering you both these posters as a pair on a pay-what-you-wish basis. $5 is added to cover shipping & the tube, but other than that, you can have both these works of Ahhht for anything you think they’re worth! Just enter a number in the field, & it will be so.
Both posters are 17 1/4″ by 23″, on 140# cream paper, hand-screenprinted & signed by Gabby ourselves. See here for more details.
UPDATE: apparently our perpetually awful shopping-cart plugin, Cart66, is adding small random dollar amounts to people’s orders as postage, even after we’ve told it not to, & even though we didn’t even assign a weight to the item, so it has no idea how much postage it should be charging even if we wanted it to. We’ve tried fixing it but for the time being if you want the posters for $5, you can also use the “Donate” button at the top of the right sidebar. Just don’t forget to add your address & what it’s for!
On behalf of Cart66, we apologize for the bug.
Good news, all you people who silently move among the binary coding of this website:
We just lowered the prices of everything we’re currently selling at the Store!
By, like, a lot.
If you scroll to the bottom of that page you’ll also see something exciting: we’re now selling copies of Monsters in French & Spanish!! We’d had our author’s copies sitting about the place for a couple years now & figured we should get around to selling them sooner or later. The French edition, by l’Employe du Moi, is actually sold out, so this is the only place you can get them (until our few copies sell out here as well).
Also notice we’ve put up for sale a DVD we drew the case for, Cartoon College.
Sorry no new comics just yet — we’ve been wholly overwhelmed with other projects & also some chronic drawing-arm injuries that required us to slow our ink roll. We finally understand what Charles M. Schulz was talking about when he said cartooning was a young man’s game…
(click bigger. The original’s for sale here.)
Lately we’ve been trying to learn how to draw forests better. (See also this page.) We didn’t really have a plan for how to finish this one when we started drawing it, but it seems to have turned out sad anyway! Maybe the li’l guy can cook up some hallucinogenic heather ale to soothe his worried brow.