Thanks to Alexis Avedisian & DigBoston for including me in their BUY/ALT Gift Guide
DigBoston‘s Sunday comic, Pat Falco, has been illustrating his hilariously honest The Strip Barcomics all year. His protagonist, a minimally drawn stark character, often looks distressed as he comes to terms with his reality, such as: “Impressing girls in a library / Hopefully with my ability to be around books / Not my ability to afford them.” In addition to making these, Falco is the co-founder of LAP gallery in Waltham, which earlier this year hung a massive wall installationmade entirely of artist zines. You can own comic strips 1-300 by buying his three part collection.
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Thanks to Alexis Avedisian & DigBoston for including me in their BUY/ALT Gift Guide

DigBoston‘s Sunday comicPat Falco, has been illustrating his hilariously honest The Strip Barcomics all year. His protagonist, a minimally drawn stark character, often looks distressed as he comes to terms with his reality, such as: “Impressing girls in a library / Hopefully with my ability to be around books / Not my ability to afford them.” In addition to making these, Falco is the co-founder of LAP gallery in Waltham, which earlier this year hung a massive wall installationmade entirely of artist zines. You can own comic strips 1-300 by buying his three part collection.

BUY ONLINE VIA BIG CARTEL
ILLFALCO.COM
@PAT_FALCO