Due to the overwhelming response to No Time For Vogue, and the constant requests to release a smaller series, I am proud to offer her as a limited edition 11×14″ signed and numbered print.
Her story? Smart, courageous, and feisty – those are the character traits that came to mind as I created No Time For Vogue. She is not a woman who is afraid to get her hands dirty and is more than willing to prove she “can do anything the boys can do”. She’s a lady with an edge, and a sassy desire to fight fires!
No Time For Vogue is offered as a 16×20″ artist proof, or an 11×14″ signed limited edition of only 100. Plus, if you order before Monday, July 28th, you will receive a free signed 5×7″ mini-print that makes a great framed office piece or gift.
This is not a pre-order, your print will ship immediately!
On July 16, 1969, Apollo 11 blasted off on a mission to the moon. The dream of putting a man on the moon came true on July 20, 1969, when Neil Armstrong took “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Forty-five years later, we have not been back to the moon or populated any of the moon bases children from my generation grew up reading and dreaming about. What happened to our adventurous spirit?
New Tribune Media Political Cartoon – The Nuclear Yo-yo
© Paul Combs 2014, Syndicated by Tribune Content Agency.
Here’s my Fire Engineering June issue cartoon, and to prove that blind luck does exist, here’s a just published article from CBS about firefighter obesity.
I think I’ll go for a jog…
TURK THE TERRIBLE
Turk is big. Turk is tough. Turk is nasty, and Turk is rough. But little did Turk know, that on one faithful call, in a tree big and tall, that he would become smitten with a kitten named Toots. Now, embarrassed and shocked, and with the fear of being mocked, Turk acted as if he wasn’t under a crush. But everybody knew and would from this day proclaim, that Turk The Terrible had been tamed!
I would like to introduce you to my new whimsical painting, Turk The Terrible. Inspired by the classic Jim Croce song, Bad Bad Leroy Brown, my character has just discovered that he is not as tough as he once thought and his heart can be softened by the purr of a rescued feline. Turk The Terrible will make a fun and memorable addition to any wall or office. What’s more, pre-order on or before July 7th and receive a popular 5×7″ signed mini-print with each 16×20″ print ordered.
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