Go to work, eat, sleep, repeat. Sometimes, life can be pretty mundane. However, through the eyes of comic artist David Daneman, life can also be pretty darn humorous.
As Bored Panda reports, Daneman went to great lengths to create his silent comics for The Daneman. First, he photographed himself. Then, he traced the image using a photo editor. He then turned the resultant into a cartoon.
By omitting text boxes and and thought bubbles, Daneman is able to emphasize situations and emotions which otherwise may be missed. In a very unique way, he is championing a new type of comic.
The Montreal-based artist studied film at the University of Kansas, graphic design at Vancouver Community College and teaching English in South Korea. However, comics are by far his true passion.
Following are 40+ of his most creative works:
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