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Jeremy Eaton created this book as a series of four-panel strips which appeared in a big-city weekly. But when a friend took selected strips and arranged them into a certain order, it felt to me like a whole other book. Basically a series of wordless sight gags, Eaton uses a single face with a single expression over and over again to play on the most basic fundamentals of drawing to puzzle and delight your brain. All he's doing here is dancing with lines, perspectives, sequence and expectations to pull off the simplest of laughs. It feels more like a game - where will this smiling head end up next? Is that line on the ground a shadow or a hole? Will this circle be an eye or a cat's head in the next panel? This work breaks things down to basics for a most profound experience.









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