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Toonfest 2017

01/11/2022

In 2017, I was fortunate to be one of five cartoonists to be honored at Toonfest, a festival held each year in Walt Disney’s hometown of Marceline, Missouri. The five of us had an incredible time! The kind townspeople of Marceline wined us and dined us and made us the Grand Marshals of their Toonfest… Read More »


My Pandemic Project

07/24/2021

Watch a news report and view some photos from my toilet-paper-roll-based art project.


Politics and Prose

07/18/2013

The DC Cartoonists Show Opening is Saturday, 7/20/13 from 7 – 9. Come one, come all!


Welcome!

01/21/2013

Hello Dale Cards Fans! So, my girlfriend who is a Digital Creative Director pointed out to me that the two categories of cards which sell the best on the Café Press website (http://www.cafepress.com/dalecards) are, number one, cards for CATS, and number two, cards for LESBIANS. I already had a great idea for Lesbians, so one… Read More »


Visiting with Harry Perry

01/31/2010

Visiting with Harry Perry, my Andover class of 69 classmate.  He’s a famous Venice Beach street performer.


Meat Baby

09/16/2009

The Meat Baby.  Look at that bacon diaper.  And one little bacon tooth. thisiswhyyourefat


A Visit to Charm City Cakes and The Diz

08/28/2009

My friend Al and I went to lunch at The Diz.  It’s a wonderful little restaurant across the street from Duff Goldman’s Charm City Cakes.  The Diz has the very best chicken wings seasoned with Old Bay in the entire universe. After lunch we walked across the street and took a few pictures at Charm… Read More »


English Fried Breakfast

thisiswhyyourefat: Meatini A full English fried breakfast served in a cocktail glass made out of bacon. (via rathergood)


Rubber Duckies under a Hockney

08/24/2009

Rubber duckies aren’t just for kids.  Why sit in the bath tub with nothing to do?  Rubber duckie, you’re the one.  Two.  Three.  Four! Rubber duckies under a Hockney.


The Drunken Mug

08/16/2009

Here’s an interesting little curiosity.  I found it at a flea market.  One side of the mug is a guy with one set of eyes.  And, on the other side he’s got two sets of eyes.  What brilliant, stoned guy thought of this?  Were there a lot of these mugs made?  Did people actually buy… Read More »


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