During medical school my roommate and I spent so much time dieting that we joked we'd turn into rabbits from all the carrots and lettuce.
This was a cartoon that The New Yorker was interested in buying from me, but since they were going to have their artist re-draw it and not give me credit, I said no.
Back when Carl Sagan was a household name, I thought up this UFO cartoon that they thought Earthlings were a life form based on caffeine.
This is a real place in Hawaii, but when I went there, I could well imagine how a West Texan would react. How can you call it desolate when there's not a single dead armadillo?
This is the original cartoon that led to a painting called "presents", where a bunny is trying to pretend he's a Christmas tree so others will put presents at his feet. Not everyone is fooled.
This was part of a Christmas card one year when I was living in Texas. The armadillo has a parachute.
This was another Christmas card, the joke being that the three wise men have to wait outside and can't come in the maternity ward to see the baby Jesus.