Henry James Garrett from Brighton is an artist who’s famously known for his comics. He mostly feature animals and objects who say interesting as well as shrewd things to each other (normally on political subjects).
Prior to this, he was doing a PhD in Philosophy. However, he quit because of nervousness. While asking, Henry said, At the point when anxiety constrained me to leave my Philosophy PhD, I began attempting to turn DrawingsofDogs, my little webcomic into even more a business. I presently sell the comics on welcome cards and am dealing with a book.
We have put together some of his mostly loved comics featuring dogs that will make you feel blessed. Scroll down and enjoy!
Poking fun at dogs permits me to consider the peculiarity of human conduct.
Brighton based artist Henry James Garrett otherwise known as Drawings of Dogs previously made his great outlined stories subsequent to exiting his PhD studies because of nervousness. He began drawing and making stories as a methods for relieving his anxiety, which in the end lead to selling welcoming cards. This is his story, superbly illustrated obviously.
He has worked for The New York Times, made elective Valentine’s cards for The Fawcett Society, given a women’s activist drawing of Meghan Markle’s canine as a present for her, cartooned for The I Newspaper, Buzzfeed, and London Pride, had solo presentations in London and a delightful phonebox in Brighton, and assembled an excellent generous following of fantastic people.