RARE INTERVIEW WITH GARY LARSON

RARE INTERVIEW WITH GARY LARSON


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The themes of the cartoons are based on totally surreal comparisons between human and animal behavior, often exchanging points of view and relegating man to an “inferior” species. From the description of what cows do when they are not observed by men, to the dangers of being an insect, to the father of a family who – in a house surrounded by fences and other houses – explains to his son that the singing of birds is a normal way with which an inferior animal marks its own territory. Since his cartoon carrier was interrupted, Larson has produced some occasional works, such as magazine illustrations and promotional work for the cartoon-related merchandise.