Sunday, July 10, 2011

A Dog's Life

Don't be fooled by the credit, it's a Tripp strip.

Dedicated to Larry and Pat Ann.

Wallace Tripp — It's a Dog's Life — 1980.


Larry MacDougall said...

Cute ! Thanks Thom - much appreciated :)

Anonymous said...

I liked this --very nice--charlie

James Duckett said...

I grew up loving Wallace Tripp's "A Great Big Ugly Man Came Up And Tied His Horse To Me", and as I grew older and more aware of the history of illustration, fine art, comics, etc. my respect for his work grew..
now I stumble upon this, and suspect
that Mr. Tripp has been a fan of one
of my all-time favorite artists, George Herriman.. Tripp captured the
sly, reflective dialectical poetry
of Krazy Kat perfectly. Thanks for
the chance to see this!