[Thanks to Seth Godin for sending in these two photos: First, himself sitting underneath the “Dip” piece (he added the speech bubble himself) and then a “gapingvoid Wall” he has in his office of some of the the work I’ve done for him over the years. VERY Cool.]
[From yesterday’s newsletter:]
In 2007, when Seth Godin asked me to draw some cartoons for his little masterpiece, The Dip, I had no idea that an eighty-page book could touch so many people, so profoundly. If you haven’t read it, you must- and you can get a copy here.
Given the simple, yet powerfully insightful lessons of the book, I thought, “Wouldn’t it be great for all of us Dip-fans out there to have all the cartoons inside a single hanging frame?” Something that would be a bit of a reminder – in the moments when you really need one?
It was so obvious, and Seth has them hanging above his desk [see above].
And yes, you can buy the cartoons individually as well, 11 x 14 prints on the main gapingvoid Seth page as well.
My books aren’t long, either, for similar reasons. It was The Dip that really clarified that for me.