Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for August 29, 1985
J.J.: Basically, Mike, the fragmented surfaces speak to the vulgarity of recent image appropriation. They celebrate continuity while deploring the sterility of post-graffitti solidsm. A comment on a comment, if you will. Mike: Oh. Isn't that our wedding china? J.J.: The viewer won't know that. To him, it's the shards of the American dream.