Friday, March 20, 2015

Maclean's: Inside the Cartoonist Seth's Curated Home

Canadian graphic novelist Seth invites Maclean's Magazine's cameras into his house, which he describes as a "post-war Canadian drab" home.

1 comment:

Brian Fies said...

I think creating a character and then living your entire life AS that character must be exhausting. I know a few people who've done it. It always seems sad. Seth doesn't need my sympathy and may be ecstatically happy with how he's set up his life, but home to me should be a place to drop one's guard and be authentic, not keep up one's guard and maintain an image.