Will Draw For Food!

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: A NEWS CAFE’S HACK CARTOONIST SET TO SWINDLE RUBES, YOKELS AND GULLIBLE ART LOVERS FOR CHARITY.

 

It’s official. Hawkman Studios, Food for Thought: A News Cafe and the good folks at Enjoy Magazine have teamed up to help brighten the holidays for those folks who find they could use a little warm, nourishing cheer.

As part of December’s 2nd Saturday Art Hop, I’ll be churning out crude renderings in exchange for a $10 donation of food or money to the Good News Rescue Mission. I know, the drawings are only worth about 49 cents a pound, but, hey… it’s for charity.

The “reception/geek exhibit” will be held at the Enjoy Magazine offices on Park Marina. Check back here for more details. Hope to see you there!

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Phil Fountain is a cartoonist and writer based in the far reaches of Northern Californey.
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4 Responses

  1. Avatar Benita says:

    Keep 'em coming, Phil! Now more than ever we need laughs!

  2. Avatar GrammaLyn says:

    Sounds like a "win-win" for everyone! Great idea!

  3. I wondered what the going rate of a stick figure was now days, now I know. I hope that the Good News Rescue gets rich off your quick renderings.

    We live our lives in our nice warm homes and never realizing what good the Good News Rescur does. So many people depend on that warm meal and bed at the end of a day. Just go by 273 at 5:00 pm and see all the people that show up for a place in line. Times are only going to get harder and more people will depend on the Good News Rescue.

    I hope lots of people open their wallets for one of your cartoons. Who knows, maybe someday it might be worth the $10 they paid.

  4. Doni Greenberg Doni Greenberg says:

    (Don't let Phil fool you. He's a gifted – and genuinely humble- artist.)

    Count us in, Phil. We look forward to seeing you and your art.