AARON GOMBAR Rejected NEW YORKER cartoons… Cruelty-Free Restaurant

AARON GOMBAR Rejected NEW YORKER cartoons... Cruelty-Free Restaurant

“Not only is our poultry raised on a cruelty-free, open grazing commune, but our chef allows each chicken to die from natural causes. Your meal tonight includes Poulet De Bresse named, “Sunflower,” who passed away from old age. He was 20, and enjoyed a full and vibrant life.”

This comic was originally illustrated using Sakura Microns, Copic markers and gouache on Bristol board.

It was created, drawn, submitted and ultimately rejected by the NEW YORKER magazine.

It was then scanned by hand using an IpadPro and touched up in Procreate.

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$500.00



Unique Digital Artwork

Minted on Ethereum

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“Not only is our poultry raised on a cruelty-free, open grazing commune, but our chef allows each chicken to die from natural causes. Your meal tonight includes Poulet De Bresse named, “Sunflower,” who passed away from old age. He was 20, and enjoyed a full and vibrant life.”

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Aaron Gombar is a Cartoonist/Illustrator/Crypto-Enthusiast/Bon-Vivant and Purveyor of Savoire Vivre from Denver, CO currently Living and Working on the East Coast of the USA with his beautiful, and amazing girlfriend, their two dogs, and raging coffee habits.