Current Sketchbook Theme: NRA ’66
Dining establishments named in the 1966 National Restaurant Association member directory. Sketches from 2002.
Haitai Confectionery: Ad slogans and product descriptions awkwardly translated from Korean to English. Sketches from 2001-2002.
Andy's Yearbook: Quotes taken from autographs in a 8th grader's middle school yearbook.
Sketches from 2000.
Dissatisfied With the Vehicle: Quotes taken from transcripts of conversations between a market research firm and various dissatisfied car owners.
Sketches from 1999-2000.
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Author Archives: Suzanne
No relation to any similarly-named burger joints, Smack McDonald’s started out as the Smack Restaurant in Sarasota before moving to Venice. Here’s a photo. Here’s another. Home of the Smackburger!
Rich Watson previously. The Dwarf House’s claim to fame was a chicken sandwich they called the Chick-fil-A. This evolved into the fast food franchise of the same name. The Hapeville location is still open, now known as “The Chick-fil-A Dwarf … Continue reading
Matt Feazell writes: Chuck A Burger was on the riverfront. Their slogan was “Best burger west of the Mississippi (so far)” This might be the only sketch in the bunch where an artist drew a restaurant they were actually familiar … Continue reading
As promised, my new webcomic’s here! Visit this link to follow the story and, if you like what you see, share it with friends. The restaurant sketchbook series will return soon. Thanks for your patience while I launch this new … Continue reading
Pictured on my drawing table: the first few pages of Sucker Street, my forthcoming webcomic. I’m preparing a printed version of the prologue for purchase this Saturday at the MSU Comics Forum. Then, beginning in March, I’ll be running the … Continue reading