The most canine comic drawer: Rupert Fawcett
Rupert Fawcett is a famous comic drawer from London. He started his professional career back in 1989. Soon after, he became successful with his first character, Fred. Then Daddy arrived… So successful characters that trascended the boundaries of comics, being available in all kinds of things: calendars, postcards, t-shirts, fridge magnets, cushions, cups… He also published things under the name Oscar Wendlow. “Off The Leash” is his latest project, the one that we liked more. Of course, about dogs. It’s a series of comic strips in which Rupert Fawcett caricatures, with that ironic and subtle English sense of humor, all those people who share our lives with dogs. Just like his previous works, the series “Off The Leash” is also available as postcard or books. In fact, two books have been already published: “Off The Leash, the secret life of dogs” de 2013, and “Off the Leash, a dog’s best friend”, publish in October 2014. I’m sure that you and your dogs are reflect in every single strip, and you won’t stop laughing at yourselves. A good gift for anyone who lives with dogs.
A project that, as if it was a dog, Rupert Fawcett takes for a walk periodically both on his blog on Tumblr, and on his Facebook page, where he has 700 thousand followers. [iwwd]