I draw social cartoons in 140 characters or less and color them with crayons. David Hayes, writer for the Issaquah Press calls my artistic musings; "tweaked truisms". I call my work the art of living among the dead.
The inspiration for my cartoons comes directly out of my daily life adventures and from some of the absurd experiences I encountered working at a crazy music startup. I felt like a zombie enduring the daily commute from inside my PT Cruiser (aka 'The Zombie Wagon') just to perform the same mundane tasks over again to get my little hunk of cheese. I imagined fighting off zombies who were bent on eating my brain so I would become the living dead just like them.
I realize that my fear of the undead is a far-fetched fantasy. But just in case... aim for their heads.
I hope you'll find Zombie Wagon cartoons ideal for re-posting on your blog or sharing on Facebook, Twitter and across the world wide interwebs. Thanks in advance for supporting my creative therapy one cartoon panel at a time.
Ray Basile is known for his work on the wildly popular iPhoneSavior.com Mac blog.
High-quality, signed prints of my scanned work are available by request.
*Zombie Wagon Cartoons are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Based on the original artwork by Ray Basile at www.ZombieWagon.com (Seattle, WA)