February 07, 2019
January 17, 2018
You’re 6 years old. The only cup you have drunk deeply from is a cup of hot chocolate.
yeah, Calvin, good luck at that
Looks like you laid it on too thick and the poor guy couldn’t stand himself any longer.
You have a fridge for a reason Calvin!
A dumb kid can make a snowman. A dumber kid (like Calvin) makes one on a sunny day.
I never knew Calvin to be so long-winded. Now there is proof.
Is there a tropical equivalent of snowmen? What do kids in the tropics do?
The fourth panel definitely reflects the tortured countenance of the creation, but the creator is not Calvin, it’s the other guy in the panel, on the top right corner!
The disparity between Calvin’s arithmetic skills and his language skills is quite something. Hope the school will channel his strengths in the right direction.
Grief and suffering via global warming?
Cruel Nature did not care.
’Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!’ Nothing beside remains. Round the decay Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare The lone and level snow stretches far away.
“This work shall endure and inspire future generations?” Looks like the future is now, kid.
“…but it takes a genius like I am to…confirms that the artist deeply has drunk…
Another great work wilts under the harsh realities of life!
The melting figure expresses the fragility of life.
“All is vanity. What does man gain by all the toil at which he toils under the sun?”
Art is fleeting.
Snowmen and sand castles. I have built my share, but usually only because I was bored. People can find a lot of ways to use the time they waste if they put their minds to it.
The artist suffer greatly for his art… when it melts.
Another stable genius.
About grief and suffering….. and sunshine.
NOW it’s about suffering.
Sic transit gloria mundi, kid.
“It’s SUPPOSED to do that! Don’t you dig Art?”
Somehow, in death, it even better proves his point…
I wonder if Calvin is older than he actually is.
Or, perhaps not.
I’ve seen a lot of “modern” art that I wished would melt, too!
All my work is a commentary on the human condition. And, I get paid!
Sic transit gloria mundi, Calvin. Even the works of the greatest artists in the world are one disaster away from disappearing.
Hey, according to Calvin’s theme, the sculpture just got better. And adds to it the transitory nature of the human condition… :D
Only create when you are ready to let it go anyway. Attachments are Entrapments.
…. shall endure and inspire future generations…or not!
Hmm, kind of like a banana taped to a wall.
Once there was a snowman.. tall tall tall
snowmen last longer if you dress them
First panel: All you have to do is dig up some dirt and plant a seed. I could teach anybody to do it.
If Olaf from Frozen played Edward Derby in Lovecraft’s “The Thing on the Doorstep”.
Such well-spoken words from a kid who never does well in school.
September 25, 2019