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It was sold on e Bay in 2011 along with 41 Arno sketchbook pages that may or may not have been declined by the gallery in 1985 as well.Also included with this lot were the consignment paperwork from the gallery and a contact sheet with eighteen photographs of the original cartoon art.Since its inception in 2008, Super Art Fight (SAF) has traveled the United States presenting an incredible live show that pits artists against each other in timed drawing competitions.Complete with professional wrestling-style characters and improvised live commentary, audiences are routinely blown away by Super Art Fight events held across the country.Each round, or “art bout,” is performed before a six-foot high by twelve-foot wide canvas.At the start of each bout, participating artists are given a topic that must be drawn and incorporated into canvas in some way.You know, nerds back in the day didn’t have billion dollar movies and Hollywood agents coming to their conventions. They’re organic and homegrown.” Writing this piece brought me to tears of laughter several times.What a joy to learn more about Furry culture from Patch O’Furr and College Humor’s very funny Brian Murphy and Adam Conover.
The result is a funny mashup of a bro-comedy with a feminist flair. Off the clock he’s spending time in a loving relationship with his wife and baby.Another work of Arno's was in rough condition with some paper loss—"paper eaten at corner" in gallery parlance.That work was returned to the consignor where it remained, it is believed, until after her death.Whereas a lesser series might write a young male character who can’t get laid because women are just too “shallow and dumb” to appreciate his greatness, in Lonely and Horny, there’s nothing wrong with the women. So while Lonely and Horny probably isn’t going to be honored by the Geena Davis Institute on Gender and Media as a symbol of feminist progress anytime soon, the series is a step in the right direction.I caught up with Jake and Amir on Passover seders, dating antipasti, and the future of Lonely and Horny.” How the Furry Community Embraced College Humor’s Furry Force “Patch O’Furr calls it the multi-nerd connections. Because everybody who’s a nerd has a bunch of nerdy interests (laughs),’ said Patch. But I think furries are the truest nerds out there today.