The Funniest Vintage-Inspired Comics by Drew Fairweather – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

The Funniest Vintage-Inspired Comics by Drew Fairweather

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Drew was born in 1979 and lives in Columbus, Ohio, USA. With his wife Natalie Dee, he created Married To The Sea in March 2006, and has published one comic every day.

He is also the author of another daily online comic, Toothpaste For Dinner, and raps under the name CRUDBUMP. He does not read or respond to correspondence unless it comes in the form of post-it notes attached to unopened bottles of single-malt scotch.

More: Drew Fairweather, Instagram

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