A Comic Strip that Takes Food Literally: Chris Agee’s ‘Know Your Specialty Foods’ – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

A Comic Strip that Takes Food Literally: Chris Agee’s ‘Know Your Specialty Foods’


The single-panel comic called “Eyewash” by Chris Agee has undergone significant changes since its inception. The series primarily features puns and wordplay, and the artist has created numerous doodles and humorous jokes over time to develop the storyline further.

Initially, the comic had a section titled “Know Your Specialty Foods,” which showcased comical illustrations of foods based on their literal names. The collection consists of 12 such comics and can be viewed by his readers.

More: Chris Agee, Instagram, Parteon h/t: boredpanda


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