One day in the life of Floyd W. Skitzafroid (”Skitzy”), part artist, part office worker, unfolds without words but with Don’s classic humor and penmanship. Drawn & Quarterly, the well-known, high-quality publisher of comic books in Montreal, has just published a new, beautiful deluxe version of the original Skitzy. Don would have certainly been overjoyed at the great job they have done.
Click on the image at the right to browse through a few pages from the original edition privately published by Don and printed in 1955. The new version not only retains but enhances the full spontaneity and quality of the original, which is no longer available.
Guess the Master! A collection of 12 illustrations featuring Don’s humorous review of master artists. Click on the image to the right to see more!
Help! Talent and success are slipping away in Hollywood! No new ideas, Hollywood is loosing its touch! A well-known Hollywood producer has an idea. He goes to Saint Gabriel and makes a deal to loan out William Shakespeare so that he can come down from Heaven and help write a smashing screenplay to save the situation. But old Bill has trouble finding his creative source in the new environment. He gets caught in some Hollywood specialties. Then … well, as soon as I scan in the rest of the story, you can find out all the adventures that he goes through and what happens!
This story Don wrote in the 1950’s and 60’s and was never published. Until now. Coming soon to this Website!
Don’s autobiography of how he came to New York in the early 30’s. Click on the cover image to see more.