Sneak Peak on gapingvoid Laptop Covers

[Sent out in today's newsletter etc.] Yay! gapingvoid laptop decals [in beta]. We’ve been doing laptop decals for our corporate clients for a while. Gapingvoid images printed on this super polyester fabric. It fits perfectly on an 11″*13″ Macbook and is re-peelable, reusable. You can change them up, put them on walls, or glass partitions […]

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Denial

[Buy the print here etc.] This is an old cartoon of mine, dating from circa 1994. The original was small, 4” x 6”; I was already starting to shrink my preferred format down to my now-familiar “cartoons drawn on the back of business cards”. It’s amazing how strange and sad sleeping alone feels, if you’re […]

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“the high-end microaudience”: the most likely way to make money on the internet

[A different angle on the Angel Gabriel etc. You can get the print here etc.] This is why I love the internet… In the old, pre-internet days, if you were a cartoonist like me and wanted to be successful, you pretty much had to be famous. Not hugely famous necessarily, but somebody with a pretty […]

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we’re incredible beings.

["Awake", the print I featured in this Monday's newsletter etc.] We’re incredible beings. And I want to make and sell art that maybe, just maybe, makes people think, even for a short while, that I’m not wrong, either. [I can think of worse ways to make a living. Lord knows, we've all tried a few […]

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i believe that both our economic and spiritual future, good or bad, is directly related to our ability to unlock the latent creativity within us.

[Buy the "Create Or Die" print here etc.] I believe that both our economic and spiritual future, good or bad, is directly related to our ability to unlock the latent creativity within us. There. I’ve said it. It’s been six years since I first started blogging what would eventually end up being my first book, […]

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“with porn, all things are possible.”

["Wings", which I sent out in the newsletter recently. You can get the print here etc.] [Originally published November, 2005:] I was having a long conversation with a friend last night about “Business Porn”: Business Porn is just like Ordinary Porn or Real Estate Porn, except instead of it being about the women we wished […]

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“how culture will un-break itself”

Very cool. The Techcrunch Party poster I mentioned the other day (and in the newsletter this morning) is now available as a print. Also, for today only there’s a wee offer code that knocks 45% off the normal price etc. I’m writing this from my hotel in West Hollywood. I’m in LA for the PSFK […]

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but is it art?

commission: supergenius

This is one of two prints I designed for Andy Sernovitz’s Supergenius conference in New York, July 20th, 2010. I’ll be speaking there, along with a lot of other authors. The headline is one of Andy’s two most famous Word-Of-Mouth mantras. As he says, Advertising is the cost of being boring. If people won’t talk […]

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gapingvoid’s 100th email cartoon

This morning marks the 100th gapingvoid cartoon we’ve sent out on the newsletter. To celebrate, we offered a special deal to all our subscribers: Buy one print (framed or unframed), get another print free. Easy. My list seemed to like the offer, So far this morning we’ve sold quite a few. Hurrah! ["Hello From Hugh": […]

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Seth Godin
Best Selling Author

His work acknowledges the absurdity of workaday life, while also encouraging employees to respond with passion, creativity, and non-conformity...   MacLeod’s work is undeniably an improvement over the office schlock of yore. At its best, it’s more honest, and more cognizant of the entrepreneurial psyche, while still retaining some idealism.

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