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The Leaf Debacle. Illustration.
Twins Berry and Terri Sapling made a pact in early spring to lose their lavish leaves before the thick of summer’s heaves. But they got caught up in the fall watching too much football and again met winter’s call wearing nothing, nothing at all.
The Gutierrez Family. Illustration.
The Gutierrez Family has been working on a dance routine that includes tap, ballet, jazz and a little gymnastics. They are hoping to enter one of those reality talent shows and get noticed when they feel they are ready. The dad is pretty uncoordinated.
Sully and Matt. Illustration.
Sully and Matt make a living touring different cities and doing acrobatics for tourists. There is always at least one tourist besides themselves every where they go.
Alexander. Illustration.
Alexander fist bumps his pals with his eyes. Because he doesn’t have hands but he does have eyes.
I'm sensing. Greeting Card.
Hand drawn cards have a mind of their own.
Wormhead & Friends. Illustration.
Wormhead & Friends decided to go into business with each other due to their close proximity. They know that mixing friends with business could get dicey, but they are communicating openly and hired an outside friend to keep a "third party perspective."
The FourHeads. Illustration.
The FourHeads sing catchy songs about foreheads and ears. They’ve played in a band together for seventeen years. Blue Top would totally go solo, hit the road and play banjo, but it’s nearly impossible when you’re one head of multiple.
HighFive Head. Illustration.
This guy holds the record for giving the most high fives in five seconds flat.
Fly Guy. Illustration.
The puppy thinks his friend is the flyest dude in the hood." To which his friend replies, "This is how I roll.”
Bobby Legs. Illustration.
Busy Bobby Bay Bellicheggs was born with two pairs of legs. If one set of legs started barking, his other ones would do the walking.
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