'Next Great Cartoonist': The real story behind today's IMOGEN QUEST comic
Here's today's "Imogen Quest" comic from Olivia Walch, the winner of The Post's "America's Next Great Cartoonist Contest." So just one question: What's up with the inspired slogan pillow?
"Slogan pillows are a great love of my life and have carried me through a lot of hard times," Walch tells Comic Riffs in sharing her behind-the-strip story.
"This cartoon," she continues wryly, "is based on a real event in my life, except that instead of exploring the arctic, I was shopping for back-to-school, and instead of the pillow saying 'Happiness is a journey...,' it said: 'If the shoe fits, buy it in every color.' "
If you have feedback about "Imogen Quest's" monthlong run in Style and on Comic Riffs, feel free to share your impressions.
| September 1, 2010; 10:00 AM ET
Categories: America's Next Great Cartoonist, The Comic Strip | Tags: America's Next Great Cartoonist, Imogen Quest, Olivia Walch
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