Brooke Karras is the creator of “Breakfast Club Comics” who plays with food in some of the funniest ways possible. Playing with food is wrong, but the artist’s way here is totally acceptable. Karras illustrates funny jokes and puns between fruits, vegetables, and other delicious foods. Her comics showcase some funny punchlines these goods would say if they could speak.
She shares her hilarious work with Instagram followers, whereas far she counts around 70.6k. Her drawing is quite simple, however, her writing skills are amazing. She way she manages to come with some punchlines is quite hilarious. To sum it up, we don’t really need to say a lot about her work, since her comics speak for her. Earthwonders reached out to Brooke to ask her more about her work.
Below we made a collection of some of her pieces we liked more. Scroll down to checkout her work and the interview. And don’t forget to upvote your favorite comic in the end.
“In college, I majored in visual arts because ever since I can remember, I have been drawing. As an adult, I began the personal challenge to draw every day. That practice spurred me on to create a comic strip. The Breakfast Club was born out of my love of illustration and creating storylines that engage and make people laugh,” shared Brooke for Earthwonders.
People make comics about the things they love and are surrounded with. As Brooke says food is a universal love. A secret to relating to others is engaging them in something they enjoy. We all enjoy food in one way or another. “One day, I sketched Sunny and Hamilton, and got the idea to create an entire world where foods react, relate, and respond to each other in punny ways. Food puns are so much fun to write.”
The working process has its ups and downs as well. But this artist enjoys every second of it. “Like the saying goes: If you do what you love, you won’t work a day in your life. This is true for me. My creative process starts with pen and paper. The sketches go from paper to being drawn and colored on my tablet. The ideas come pretty naturally, as there seems to be an unlimited source of funny quips and wordplay associated with food. When an exhilarating idea presents itself, it’s extremely enjoyable to get it down on paper and get it ready for viewers,” explained the artist.